Watford have signed winger Steven Berghuis from AZ Alkmaar as their summer overhaul continues.
Berghuis, who can play on either flank, has signed a four-year contract after moving for a reported £4.5 million fee.
He has represented Netherlands at under-21 and was called up to the senior squad for the first time last month.
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Former Leeds and Liverpool winger Harry Kewell has been appointed as Watford's new Under-21 coach.
The Australian international retired last year after a short spell with Melbourne Heart, now Melbourne City, and embarks on his first major coaching role with the newly promoted Hornets.
Sources had told ESPN FC that Watford first offered Kewell the job two weeks ago.
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