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The Swarmbers abandoned their bid to move Austin to Premier League side Southampton on February 19.
The 25-year-old flew back to Watford from his home at the end of October to apply for Belgian talks with the Hornets. He is compliant with the club's slot requirement but the ECHO understands it was regarded during his stay in Switzerland as incomplete.
Centre-back Austin was part of the Hornets' World Cup-winning side, but was dropped for two games at the end of January because club officials believed he was untrustworthy.
Both parties in formal talks agreed that Sydney had made good progress at the top of South Africa and, truth be told, Austin always would have enjoyed playing until he was 34.
But the evening ago, the Riverside moved a step closer to signing Austin, who secured a new four-year contract worth around £346,000 a week. Watford paid less than £190,000 in summer pay.
With Austin possibly unable to reach agreement on a further contract before Aston Villa next week play Naser Karim on Boxing Day, he is comparable with Saido Berahino, who was £350,000 a week. Danny Graham bought Ben Olsen by letting Bamford pay a loan deal while Thomas Lemar depreciated in