Football Transfer League
- Mon Jan 8 8:59 AM
Sammie Szmodics of Colchester , rumoured to be transfering to Bournemouth report Daily Star . - Football Rumour from 08-Jan-2018
- Sun Jan 7 5:01 PM
BOURNEMOUTH are set to sign Colchester United top scorer Sammie Szmodics for a fee believed to be in the region of £1m.
- Sun Jan 7 4:00 PM
SkySports Eddie Howe says Lewis Grabban will leave Bournemouth in the January transfer window after returning early from a season-long loan with Sunderland. Grabban, 29, spent five months with the Championship side, scoring 12 goals in 20 appearances. Howe says and more »
- Sun Jan 7 1:17 AM
Bournemouth want to sell the 29-year-old and have recalled him from his loan spell at Sunderland where he scored 12 goals in 20 games. Fulham, Wolves and Aston Villa have all asked to sign Grabban.
- Sat Jan 6 11:32 PM
SkySports Bournemouth are yet to receive any bids for Benik Afobe and Sky Sports News understands they have no interest in selling. The news follows reports linking the 24-year-old forward with a move to Watford. The Hornets are reportedly open to offers for and more »
- Fri Jan 5 10:25 PM
SkySports Bournemouth have recalled Lewis Grabban from his loan at Sunderland with the intention of selling him permanently in the January window. Championship leaders Wolves are one of a number of clubs interested in the striker, who has scored 12 goals for the and more »
- Fri Jan 5 6:32 PM
Bournemouth have recalled Lewis Grabban from his loan at Sunderland with the intention of selling him permanently in the January window.
- Thu Jan 4 11:02 PM
Marco Silva is left frustrated by Watford's sluggish start against Manchester City, which allowed the hosts to quickly assert their dominance. Watford are lining up a move for Bournemouth striker Benik Afobe, sources close to the player have told ESPN FC. Watford boss Marco Silva is in the market...
|They have been playing really well lately and are on a really good unbeaten run,
I'm going to protect Asmir, he's an outstanding goalkeeper and he's had a really good season for us,
With a change of scene, I think naturally you are able to put that game to the back of your mind,
Howe said. But hopefully not too far away because I want the pain of that defeat and how it felt afterwards to inspire the players for the game coming up.
It's been a good month and I'd like to dedicate the award to everyone associated with the football club,
Howe told afcb.co.uk . The highlight was without doubt the Chelsea game, but I don't think we should forget about the result against Arsenal.