AFC Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter has hinted that he could be looking to leave Dean Court in the summer.
Arter has made the comments following a spell on the sidelines behind both Lewis Cook and Dan Gosling who have struck up a good partnership in the centre of midfield.
Vice Captain Andrew Surman is also arguably ahead of Arter in the pecking order at the current time.
This has left Arter featuring for just 962 minutes in total this season from a potential 2,340 minutes.
Arter was quoted by balls.ie…
‘If I am not playing and back in the team there could be a discussion to be had at the end of the season, but at the moment my only aim is to try to do as well as I can for Bournemouth.
‘Up until this point it has been a good eight years. It`s been such good times and the bad times football-wise have been very rare. Saying that, I have had to get used to this situation from quite early on this season and if it is still the same in the summer rightly for myself and the club we will have to have a look at it.
Ken Baileys Ghost wrote…
If he goes I hope it’s his decision to go.
He’s been a bloody good servant to AFCB.
If he wants to stay and fight for his place then good for him.
When it comes to the amount we get?
Well anything over 4,000 quid and we’re in profit.
I also hope Woking have a huge sell on clause with us. – Join the conversation here.
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