Manchester United will reportedly need to pay £40million to signal Bournemouth star David Brooks this summer season.
The 23-year-old is being considered by the Crimson Devils as a less expensive different to Borussia Dortmund ahead Jadon Sancho, who’s valued at £108m.
Brooks suffered an injury-hit 2019/20 marketing campaign, showing simply 9 occasions as Bournemouth had been relegated from the Championship.
Nonetheless, he’s on the radar of a number of Premier League golf equipment, together with United, Tottenham and West Ham.
The Solar declare Bournemouth worth Brooks at a whopping £40m, regardless of him taking part in simply 39 Premier League matches.
The Wales worldwide joined the Cherries for £11.5m from Sheffield United in 2018 and impressed in his debut season with seven objectives and 5 assists.
New Bournemout boss Jason Tindall insists there will likely be no fire-sale on the membership this summer season, with Brooks, Callum Wilson and Josh King all linked with exits.
He stated: “I believe with any membership that’s relegated from any division there’s at all times that hypothesis with gamers leaving or being linked with different golf equipment.
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“It’s no totally different to what’s occurred at this soccer membership for most likely the final three, 4 or 5 years.
“Various our gamers are at all times being linked with strikes away, you take care of that as and when it comes round.
“The one factor is, the gamers know what a great soccer membership it’s, it’s a membership that desires to get promoted and I believe the membership is in a wholesome place proper now.
“I wouldn’t be sitting right here now if I didn’t have assurances. If the membership had stated fire-sale, dropping eight or 9 gamers, I wouldn’t be sitting right here now.”