Didier Ndong has completed his Watford  loan move from Championship strugglers Sunderland.

It is understood that Watford will have the option to make the move permenent come the end of the season.

Ndong became Sunderland’s record signing when he was signed from French outfit Nantes in 2016 for £13.5 million.

Ndong has made 54 appearences in all competitions since joining the club but has struggled to get as much game time as he would have liked in the Championship this season, making only 18 appearances in all competitions, with the likes of Lee Cattermole and George Honeyman being preffered.

The loan signing of Ndong will provide creativity to the Watford midfield, with Watford currently in free-fall down the Premier League table.

Ndong will be new Hornet’s boss Javi Gracia’s first signing since taking over from the sacked Marco Silva last week.