June 13, 2024

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Bournemouth’s opening bid for signing could arrive soon – ‘First contacts’ have been held

Bournemouth’s pursuit of Inter Milan midfielder Robin Gosens is a rumour which is slowly gaining strength in the Italian media.

Today, it’s journalist Rudy Galetti who reports the ‘first contacts’ between the clubs for this transfer.

He claims that Bournemouth considers Gosens a ‘main target’, and ‘it cannot be excluded’ that they will soon place their opening bid for the signing.

It’s also highlighted that the Cherries are not alone in this race, since the likes of Union Berlin and Wolfsburg are also interested in the 29-year-old.

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Bournemouth’s interest in Gosens was revealed by the Italian press a few months ago, and things seem to be heating up lately.


Calciomercato.it had already claimed this week that there are discussions going on for this transfer, especially because Inter Milan are keen on selling the player this summer.

The Nerazzurri are said to be requesting €15m for the sale, and Bournemouth are one of the clubs who would welcome a discount to get the transfer done.

It’s always highlight that the German clubs are very much interested in Gosens, so that’s something the Cherries must watch out for.

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Everton ace Dele Alli spotted in talks with senior figure at Finch Farm amid transfer speculation

Dele Alli returned to Everton pre-season training after he was spotted at Finch Farm on 7 July, in images shared by the Daily Mail.

The former Tottenham Hotspur attacker was out on loan at Besiktas last season in what proved to be a wretched spell for him.

He was seen talking to a senior Toffees coach while he was exercising on the cycle, looking to get back his fitness.

Liverpool Echo journalist Chris Beesley has mooted an exit for him after he failed to cut it at Goodison Park or on loan in Turkey.

Sean Dyche likes players who work hard on the pitch and even like to go the extra mile in training and Alli hasn’t been able to do that.

If he’s struggled to cut it under someone like Jose Mourinho and even the final stretch of Mauricio Pochettino’s reign, there’s nothing to suggest he can turn it around under Dyche.

The most sensible thing will be for the club to cash in on him and look to make as much money as possible from his sale.

There may be clubs overseas, in less physical leagues that will be willing to take the punt on him, just like Besiktas did.

For that, he’ll have to get back to fitness quickly and hopefully, he can then look for clubs that want to sign him this summer.


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Everton face a big problem with West Ham keen to sign Leeds star Wilfried Gnonto

With David Moyes desperate to add some pace to his front-line, the Leeds ace would be perfect for the job.

However, Everton entering the race might be viewed as somewhat problematic for the Hammers.

I believe that West Ham shouldn’t even be worrying about the Toffees though…

Everton face a big problem with West Ham keen to sign Leeds star Wilfried Gnonto

With Everton chasing the Leeds forward’s signature, surely the Hammers will be a better option for him.

We were recently crowned Europa Conference League champions and have a Europa League campaign to look forward to this season.

Moyes really should be going all out to bring the Italian youngster to the club this summer.

He is absolutely rapid – something that we are currently desperately short of across our front-line, and he’d offer us a completely different threat inside the final third.

Wilfried Gnonto bagged four goals and four assists in 28 games for Leeds during his debut campaign in England (Transfermarkt) – a very impressive return for someone so young.

The teenager has been described as ‘electric’ by TEAMtalk, and he’s exactly the kind of player Moyes should be signing.

I believe that West Ham should be able to brush aside Everton in the race to sign Wilfried Gnonto.

We’re a far more attractive club to join at the moment and with Europa League football on offer at the London Stadium, the decision for the Leeds star should be an easy one.


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