Date: 31st January 2017 at 1:30pm
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Jerome Sinclair has found first team football a little easier to come across recently with Watford but the attacking signings made by Walter Mazzarri this month are likely to limit his chances again.

The former Liverpool forward is set to leave for a loan spell with that set to take him to Birmingham where he would work with former Watford boss Gianfranco Zola.

Sky Sports has reported he’s undergoing a medical at St Andrew’s ahead of his proposed loan until the end of the season.

Ecuadorian international defender Juan Carlos Paredes is another on his way out of Vicarage Road.

It has also been reported by Sky Sports that he’s having a medical with Olympiakos ahead of an initial loan deal with the Greek champions that would come with the option for the 29 year old to make a permanent switch in the summer.

Paredes had been central to Watford’s rise into the Premier League – he also featured regularly enough last season – but he’s made just the one League Cup appearance under Mazzarri this term.

The third proposed player who will leave Watford today is 31 year old midfielder Adlene Guedioura.

A fee was agreed with Hull on Monday but Middlesbrough have also met the £3.5m asking price according to Sky Sports News with the Algerian international left to decide which club he wants to join.

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