Marseille now have a total agreement with Watford on the fee to be paid for Ismael Kone and how much the French giants will be forking out has been clarified.


Kone had a powerful season at Watford in the Championship despite the Hornets failing to challenge for promotion.


New Marseille boss Roberto De Zerbi made landing Kone a priority for the club and they have delivered for the Italian.



According to French radio station RMC, Marseille now have a total agreement with Watford and Kone just needs to undergo his medical.


A five-year deal is in place for the midfielder to sign when he comes through the checks.



Marseille will pay Watford a fee of €12m for Kone and the agreement also includes add-ons.


Kone, 22 is currently in action with Canada at the Copa America in the United States.



He played in Canada’s games against Argentina, which ended in a 2-0 loss, and Peru, a 1-0 win.