The North London rivals are keeping tabs on 21-year-old Vydra.
On-loan Watford striker Matej Vydra is set to become a transfer battle for rivals Arsenal and Tottenham as they aim to convince Udinese to part with the young star, according to the Daily Express.
Vydra has been the subject of interest since his impressive debut season in England as a loanee at Vicarage Road and Fulham are also looking to challenge for his signature.
Yet the pulling power of European football would surely be too good to resist for the Czech forward, making it all the more tense in the final Premier League fixtures on Sunday – the results of which will determine which of Spurs or Arsenal will occupy the final Champions League spot.
Vydra will be lining up for the Hornets for possibly the last time on May 27 as they take on Crystal Palace in the Championship play-off final.
The 21-year-old has scored 22 league goals for Watford this season, helping them to third in the table and earning himself the Championship Player of the Year award.
However, even if the second tier side do secure promotion it seems like the Czech Republic international won’t be at the club next year, although whether his owners Udinese will let him go is another matter.
Watford’s Italian manager Gianfranco Zola helped lure the striker from the Serie A side but his success has been so great that he has instantly become hot property.
With two years still remaining on Vydra’s contract in Italy if the Gunners, Spurs or Fulham want to tempt Udinese into selling then their bid will have to be impressive.