Leicester City have been linked with a summer swoop for Bournemouth winger David Brooks - but new Cherries boss Jason Tindall insists there will be no "fire sale" of the club's star players.

Tindall recently replaced Eddie Howe at the helm following Bournemouth's relegation from the Premier League.

One-time Leicester transfer target Nathan Ake has already left the club to sign for Manchester City, while the likes of Brooks, striker Callum Wilson and goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale are all attracting attention.

Along with the Foxes, Newcastle United, West Ham United and Crystal Palace are also reported to be keen on Wales international Brooks.

And The Sun has reported that Premier League champions Liverpool are eyeing a £35million move for the 23-year-old.