Eddie Howe confirms Sunderland targets set to leave Bournemouth this summer

Rufina Vignone
Luglio 25, 2017

Gradel has featured prominently during Bournemouth's pre-season campaign so far and manager Eddie Howe has categorically stated that the Ivory Coast global will be staying put at the club this transfer window.

All three of the players hardly have assumed the form of being less than bit part and share only three Premier League starts among them, apart from 15 appearances from the bench for the Cherries.

Although Gradel has impressed Howe during the pre-season, the Ivorian has lacked game time after returning from long-term hamstring injury.

Neither player have been assigned squad numbers ahead of the upcoming term, adding more speculation that both will be exiting the ninth-place finishers.

Speaking to BBC Radio Solent, Howe said: "With Max we'll have to wait and see. If I can't guarantee him games, then we may look at something".

Due to injury and lack of first team football, Wilson has been off the radar at global level and has not started a competitive game for Ireland since the draw at home to Scotland in the Euro 2016 qualifiers. Wilson was loaned out to West Bromwich Albion in January, while Grabban could not make anything out of his Dean Court reunion and was loaned out to Reading.

With the club now having roped in four players already, Howe is possibly eyeing a revamp that could once again help the club finish inside the top half of the league.

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