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Watford (England), Aug 21 (IANS) English football club Watford presented their last two signings, Argentine midfielder Roberto Pereyra and French defender Younes Kaboul.

A total of 20,000 supporters on Saturday welcomed Pereyra and Kaboul, who arrived from Juventus and Sunderland respectively, Efe news reported.

The Argentine international has signed a four-year contract and become the most expensive player in the history of Watford with a value higher than $16.3 million paid by the English club early this summer to sign Nigerian Isaac Success.

Kaboul, 30, signed a three-year contract with Watford to return to London, where he previously played for Tottenham Hotspur.

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