- Danny Welbeck has joined Watford after he was released by Arsenal at the end of last season
- The 28-year-old joined the Vicarage Road side on a free transfer
- Welbeck spent five seasons at the Emirates Stadium winning one FA Cup and Community Shield during his stay at the club
Premier League side Watford have completed the signing of England international Danny Welbeck on a free transfer.
The one-time Champions League winner became a free agent this summer after running out of contract with his former club Arsenal.
The 28-year-old forward spent five seasons at the Emirates Stadium having joined them from Manchester United in 2014 in a deal valued at €20 million.
He was part of the Gunners team that lost 4-1 to Chelsea in the final of the Europa League championship in May.
The former Sunderland striker scored five goals and registered one assist in all competitions for the north Londoners last season.
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Welbeck last featured for the Gunners in November after suffering ankle injury during an Europa League game against Sporting Lisbon.
Welbeck scored a total of 32 goals and 15 assists during his five year reign at the Emirates Stadium - winning one Community Shield and FA Cup.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Premier League giants Everton have launched a £30 million bid for Arsenal forward Alex Iwobi with the transfer market closing tomorrow.
The Toffees are hoping they can lure the Super Eagles star to the Goodison Park having failed to secure the services of Ivorian forward Wilfried Zaha.
Crystal Palace were said to have turned down a £52 million deal from the Merseyside outfit for Zaha according to SunSport.
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