- Fri Sep 1 8:49 PM
SkySports The 30-year-old Wilson, who can play in defence and midfield, has struggled to secure first-team football at Bournemouth following his move there last year and has joined the Black Cats on a permanent transfer until the end of the season. Former Wigan
- Fri Sep 1 12:39 AM
has completed a free transfer from Bournemouth to Sunderland, while Jonny Williams has also joined the Black Cats on loan from Crystal Palace.
- Thu Aug 31 9:45 PM
WOLVES have had a £15million bid for former player Benik Afobe rejected by Bournemouth, according to reports.
- Thu Aug 31 8:32 PM
The defender, 30, who can play in the middle or full-back, is yet to make a Premier League appearance for the Cherries
- Thu Aug 31 7:36 AM
Eddie Howe is now weighing up a deadline day attempt to prise 21-year-old Demarai Gray away from the King Power Stadium but it would take a significantly increased offer
- Wed Aug 30 7:12 PM
The Foxes are also looking to fend off interest in Danny Drinkwater and Riyad Mahrez
- Wed Aug 30 2:21 PM
Tottenham are unlikely to pursue interest in Demarai Gray at this stage. The Leicester forward has also been considered by Everton, Bournemouth and Crystal Palace ahead of Thursday's deadline.
- Wed Aug 30 11:50 AM
Tottenham have now joined the race to land Leicester City’s Demarai Gray and have jumped ahead of Bournemouth to become front-runners in securing the talented star’s signature. The Mirror have reported that Spurs will now look to make a move for Gray in a deal that looks to be worth at least £30m...
- Wed Aug 30 11:50 AM
Aguero's future at the Etihad is once more in question, after being dropped to the bench at Bournemouth
- Wed Aug 30 11:47 AM
The Gunners man spent last season at Bournemouth and is in the final year of his current contract
|I'm really pleased to get him in,
said Howe. He's a player of real potential and undoubted ability so I'm really excited to work with him and see what he can bring to the team.
We've seen enough to suggest he could be outstanding at this level,
said Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe. He is technically very good, has huge potential and will fit our philosophy in terms of how we want to play.
For me that's the only way we can go now,
Howe told BBC Radio Solent.
There are always two teams in a match and you never have things your own way,
Howe said. It is those difficult moments that define you, and we managed to get through them just about OK this year.