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David Brooks’ situation becomes clearer amid previous Sheffield Utd and Man Utd interest



Bournemouth boss Jason Tindall has dropped a massive hint which suggests attacker David Brooks will remain a Cherries player after today’s 5pm deadline.

The Wales international has been the subject of Premier League interest all summer, but nothing has materialised, and despite an anxious wait from Tindall in recent weeks, Brooks is set so stay with Bournemouth.

Tindall has already lost key attackers Callum Wilson and Ryan Fraser, whilst Josh King’s future is hanging in the balance amid interest from West Ham in recent days.

Brooks has already featured four times for the South Coast outfit this term, and the Cherries manager revealed that the 23-year-old could be involved against Queens Park Rangers tomorrow.

“We’re not expecting any bids for Brooks, I’m happy with the group I’ve got,” the boss told the Bournemouth Echo.

Having seen a host of their best players moved on this summer, this is a massive boost for Tindall and Bournemouth, who’ve made a outstanding to the campaign and sit just two points adrift of leaders Bristol City after four matches.

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It’s been a difficult summer for Cherries fans watching the majority of their best players leave, so this will feel like a deserved victory for Tindall, who could have some better news to follow later today if King remains at the club.

I'm Jake Sanders, a Freelance Journalist for Snack Media covering all things at the Football League World having joined the company back in March 2020.

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