Czech striker Matěj Vydra has gone on a season-long loan from the English Premier League club Watford to Reading, who are in the second tier of English football, Sky Sports reported. Vydra scored 16 times for Watford last season as the club won promotion to the top flight. He had been at Watford on loan and only signed a permanent contract in July. The 23-year-old has scored four goals in 15 appearances for the Czech national team.
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