Bournemouth are now preparing for life in the Premier League having secured automatic promotion under Scott Parker.
The former Fulham boss arrived last summer with the intent of earning promotion with the Cherries.
That objective has been achieved and now the club is preparing for life in the top flight once again, following two campaigns back in the second division.
With the season now over, transfer speculation will be ramping up over the next few weeks and months.
It has even already begun as far as Bournemouth are concerned.
According to the Daily Record, Parker is monitoring the situation involving Cameron Carter-Vickers and Celtic.
The Tottenham Hotspur player has been on loan with the Scottish club, who hold a £6 million option to buy clause in the agreement.
However, with only three weeks left on that clause, time is ticking on a permanent move to the league champions.
Bournemouth are keeping a close eye on the deal with the hope that they can secure the signing of the 24-year old.
June 15 has been earmarked as a deadline for the centre-back, with Spurs set to raise the price to £10 million should Celtic not take up the option to keep him at Parkhead permanently.
Jamal Lowe has been linked with a move away from the Vitality Stadium this summer, with Wigan Athletic seen as a possible destination for the Bournemouth player.
However, Alan Nixon believes there is little truth to these reports due to the size of the fee and the wages that Lowe would command.
The Cherries have also been linked with a move for Middlesbrough’s Marcus Tavernier.
The midfielder performed well under Chris Wilder this season as the team finished 7th in the Championship.
Jack Stacey and Gavin Kilkenny have garnered attention from Boro so possibly some kind of swap deal could be favoured by both clubs this summer.
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Meanwhile, Dominic Solanke has claimed he is ready to make the step back up to the Premier League having only scored three goals from his previous two seasons in the division.
The striker believes he is now ready to compete at the highest level, having scored 29 league goals this campaign.
“For sure, I didn’t do what I wanted to do last time I was there in the Premier League,” said Solanke.
“But I’m a different player now, mentally and physically. I’m looking forward to it.
“I’m looking forward to playing in the Prem next season.”