Ashley Young’s dream transfer plan for England return amid Inter Milan success
Ashley Young hopes to lift the Serie A title with Inter Milan before aiming to secure his dream move to Watford on a Bosman.
The star is so keen to return 'home' to his former club this summer, he is even willing to play for them in the Championship if necessary.
But first the former Manchester United and England ace wants to win silverware this season in Italy.
The star has already won the Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup, Europa League and Community Shield with United from 2011-2020.
Now he is eyeing more glory as part of Antonio Conte's league leaders – who are four points clear at the top.
But his contract at the San Siro expires this summer after leaving Old Trafford in January 2020.
Young turns 36 in July and is eyeing a return to England and Hertfordshire where his family home is.
The star is keen to finish his career at Vicarage Road after joining the club's academy aged 10 in in 1995 before making his first team debut in 2003.
Young scored 22 goals in 110 games for Watford before leaving in a £9.6million move to Aston Villa in January 2007.
Watford are pushing for promotion from the Championship this term.
But Young is so keen on the switch, he is willing to play for the Hornets in the second tier as well.
The star has been used as left-back by Conte after starring there in the 2018 World Cup with England when he made the team of the tournament.
But former attacking ace Young, who has 39 caps, believes he could still do a job as a No.10 in the hole too.
He showed his eye for goal when he returned to sting the Hornets' fanbase in 2017 when he scored twice for United at Vicarage Road and celebrated.
But the star has since admitted: “I know what started my career. It was Watford. I always say and I will always say it's my home."
Young has made 51 appearances for Inter and come off the bench in their last two games after a calf injury.
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