The only thing missing is formalization for Henrique Araújo to be a Watford player. After Roger Schmidt had approach After the striker left during the preview conference for the game with Santa Clara, now it’s Hornets coach Slaven Vilic talking about the Under-21 international.
Quoted by the Watford Observer, the Croatian coach was satisfied to have signed the player on loan from Benfica.
“I’m very, very excited because there’s no doubting the talent he has. He’s a very, very positive signing.
“As soon as his name came up, I liked it. I fell in love with him. His movements, everything about him. We wanted Henrique and I’m sure he will help us,” he added.
Despite being a mid-season signing, Bilic is confident that Henrique Araújo will have no difficulty adjusting to England.
“We have several young players, we have a Portuguese couple who can talk to each other. We also have players who speak Spanish, so they also understand Portuguese. So hopefully it won’t take him too long to adjust. This is very important because we want to use it right away. I expect a lot from him,” he concluded.