Eddie Howe was once in again in attendance last night in order to run the rule over Leeds United midfielder Lewis Cook, according to the Daily Mail.
The talented 19-year old midfielder turned in a wonderful performance as the Whites disposed of Wolverhampton Wanderers and is widely considered to be one of the hottest properties outside the top tier.
Having recently been awarded the Football League Young Player of the Year award, interest in him begins to mount.
Bournemouth have been strongly linked before and the report claims Howe has personally checked up on the England under-20 star with a view to a summer move.
A controversial move across the Pennines to Manchester United has previously been mooted, though it is said the Cherries are taking the most active interest.
Leeds sold fellow academy graduate Sam Byram over the course of the January transfer window, though the 22-year old had refused a new deal prior to his move to West Ham United.
Is Cook worth £10m yet? Can he be the next Dele Alli?