Date: 27th January 2018 at 9:06am
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Five AFC Bournemouth players have been linked with moves away from Dean Court during the final days of the January transfer window.

The most likely departure appears to be Lewis Grabban, who was recalled from his season long loan from Sunderland early.

Wales Online have reported that…

‘Lewis Grabban and David McGoldrick have both been heavily touted with switches to the Welsh capital’, with Cardiff manager Neil Warnock confirming that…

‘four or five’ different forwards have come under consideration.

The Croydon Advertiser have continued to link striker Benik Afobe with a move away from the south coast, suggesting that ‘Crystal Palace are among the favourites to sign Bournemouth striker Benik Afobe if he moves before the end of the January transfer window.’.

They added that Wolves, West Brom and Watford are also all reportedly interested.

The Barnsley Star have linked winger Connor Mahoney with a loan move to Barnsley.

Whilst AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has told the Daily Echo that he wouldn`t rule out another loan move for goalkeeper Ryan Allsop after he returned from Blackpool having lost his starting place.

Meanwhile the Nottingham Post have reported that Nottingham Forest are set to make another move for goalkeeper Adam Federici.

In August Federici joined Nottingham Forest on loan, but before he could feature he suffered an injury and was set for surgery once again on his injured knee.

Now recovered, the Nottingham Post have reported that new Nottingham Forest manager…

‘Aitor Karanka, is also keen on the Cherries stopper, suggesting Federici would join on loan until the end of the season.

Your Say…

Kudos wrote…

Federici never really impressed for us and with Boruc and Begovic he’s really surplus to requirements, especially with his injury record.Join the conversation here.

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