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Derby County and Wolves among clubs eyeing move for experienced striker

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Yann Kermorgant has alerted a host of Championship clubs after it was revealed that Bournemouth are willing to let the striker leave on loan, following the arrival of Glenn Murray from Crystal Palace, according to HITC.

Kermogant is a loan target for a number of clubs

Kermogant is a loan target for a number of clubs

Murray, who was a £4m signing from Palace on deadline day is ahead of Kermorgant in the pecking order at Bournemouth and multiple clubs are set to offer the 33-year old a way out, with Derby County, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Hull City, Sheffield Wednesday and Cardiff City understood to be considering a move for the player.

Kermorgant played a large role during the Cherries’ promotion last season, scoring 15 goals, but has only played once so far this campaign, and he is seemingly not in the first-team plans of Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe.

Meanwhile, Tokelo Rantie has also been told that he can leave on loan after failing to make an impact after joining in 2013 for a then club record fee of £2.5m and it is believed that Fulham have expressed their interest in taking the South African international on a temporary deal.

Kermogant would undoubtedly add an element of Championship experience and know-how to a club in the second tier, and it could prove to be a pivotal cog for a number of sides.

The ex-Charlton Athletic striker is a proven goalscorer at this level, so it is no surprise to see an array of Championship clubs keep tabs on the situation of the 33-year-old forward.

Fans of Derby, Wolves, Hull, Sheffield Wednesday……. What do you make of this news? Would you like to see Yann Kermogant at your club? Would he be a good addition to your side? Let us know your thoughts and opinions in the comments below!


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