Date: 14th January 2015 at 9:59am
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AFC Bournemouth have reportedly had an approach for Norwich and former Cherries striker Lewis Grabban dismissed.

Grabban made the move to Carrow Road at the end of last season, after hitting 22 goals for the Cherries in a record breaking season in the clubs history.

Grabban became the clubs highest ever scorer in the second tier of English football, but left after Norwich triggered a £3million release clause in his contract.

Initially after making the move to Norwich, Grabban started well scoring five goals in his first five appearances.

But the goals soon dried up, with Grabban scoring just twice in the following 18 appearances.

More recently he has struggled to hold a regular place in the side and was an unused substitute on Saturday at Dean Court as Norwich beat the Cherries 2-1.

The report of a potential loan move came via The Sun newspaper, whilst Vital Norwich wrote…

‘…Bournemouth asked Norwich if they could loan back Lewis Grabban with an option to buy him in the summer…’ adding ‘… the offer was dismissed out of hand by new boss, Alex Neil…’

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