- Thu Aug 3 10:30 PM
NOBODY thought it would come to this. Not when it came to Jack. There was a time when clubs would have been queuing around the block to sign Jack Wilshere
from Arsenal. A rarified talent, with the swagger of a superstar when the ball is at his feet, Wilshere was the coming man in English …
- Thu Aug 3 3:36 PM
LEICESTER CITY stand firm in keeping their promising winger Demarai Gray – rejecting a £20m offer from the Cherries. Craig Shakespeare claims the England U21 international is ‘happy’ to stay at Leicester, despite rumours linking him away from the club. Bournemouth were the first to make an offici...
- Thu Aug 3 3:27 PM
SkySports Bournemouth have had an offer in the region of £20m for Demarai Gray rejected by Leicester City, according to Sky sources. Gray made 41 appearances in all competitions for Leicester last season, but only nine league starts and he is understood to be and more »
- Thu Aug 3 11:59 AM
Everton, Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool have also shown interest in the England U21 winger, who was reputed to have a release clause, though this has been denied by Leicester.
- Thu Aug 3 2:52 AM
SkySports Nathan Ake has defended his move to Bournemouth after Antonio Conte insisted Chelsea's young players are too impatient. Sky Bet. Loading Market Football Betting · £10 Completely Free · Conte urged Chelsea's emerging talents to "trust the club
|I don't see a problem with us in attack, but I've got to find the right formula,
There's been a boost in the squad, we've been really pleased with the last two results,
said manager Eddie Howe. We now move onto another big game here, the mood here's very good. It's a long season and we didn't want to become detached, so the Stoke win was important. More importa...
The biggest compliment I can give Callum is that he's played 90 minutes and it didn't really look hard for him, physically,
We want to go as far as we can - the cup is not a distraction,
said Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe. The quarter-finals await the winners on Tuesday night and the games take on a different meaning then.