Midfielder Andrew Surman is training with Luton Town following his relase from Bournemouth at the end of last season, The Athletic’s Graeme Bailey has revealed.
Having spent the last seven years of his career with Bournemouth, Surman left The Vitality Stadium in the summer, following the Cherries’ relegation from the Premier League.
However, it seems as though the 34-year-old has no plans to hang up his boots and bring an end to is playing career just yet.
According to a tweet posted by Bailey, Surman is now training with Luton, as he looks to secure himself a new club for the coming campaign.
Andrew Surman currently training with Championship club Luton Town.
Ex Norwich midfielder is a free agent since his Bournemouth contract expired.
— Michael Bailey (@michaeljbailey) October 13, 2020
It has already been a bright start to the current Championship season for Luton, with Nathan Jones’ side picking up nine points from their opening four league games to sit fifth in the early Championship standings.
Things have been slightly quieter in the transfer window however, with the Hatters making just four signings. Winger Jordan Clark, and defensive duo James Bree and Tom Lockyer have joined on permanent deals, while Rhys Norrington-Davies has joined on loan from Sheffield United.
A move for Surman could certainly be a smart one for Luton to make.
The midfielder has plenty of experience at both Premier League and Championship level, meaning he could certainly be a useful asset in what is a relatively young Luton side.
It is also worth noting that since Surman is a free-agent, there is no pressure on the Hatters to get this deal done before Friday’s transfer deadline, meaning it could be one for them to go back to if they do not get deals for other potential targets over the line in the next few days.