The youngster has finally sealed a long-term deal with the Hornets and will be at the Vicarage Road side until 2022
Ghanaian youngster Kwasi Sibo has completed a four-year joint deal with English side Watford and Serie A side Udinese, AshesGyamera.com can confirm.
The 20-year-old held his medical in Italy with Udinese but not in England as reported by many outlets on Thursday before the transfer deadline day closed.
Sibo was previously playing for Armenian top-flight side FC Banants after he was initially linked with a move to Russian side Krasnodor.
Although, he has become the first player to join a Premier League side from Armenia, AshesGyamera can confirm that Sibo will spend the first season of his contract on loan.
Sibo comes from a sporting home since his mother was a former athlete. His senior brother is a NBA player while the other brother is a footballer with Ghana Premier League side Liberty Professionals.