Bournemouth's Welsh winger David Brooks could be the next player out of the Vitality Stadium door. Leicester are poised to make a move for the 23-year-old - but they face competition from Newcastle, West Ham and Crystal Palace.
Premier League clubs are now circulating around the relegated Cherries’ squad, with the future of manager Eddie Howe still up in the air.
Manchester City on Thursday agreed a £40million move for defender Nathan Ake while Newcastle and West Ham interested in striker Callum Wilson and Liverpool are tracking defender Lloyd Kelly.
Welsh international Brooks had an injury hit season, plagued by ankle problems, and only played in the last nine games of the campaign after the restart, when he was unable to prevent the Cherries dropping into the Championship.
But in his debut campaign in 2018-19, Brooks scored seven goals and provided five assists after his £11.5 million move from Sheffield United in the summer of 2018.