Bournemouth head coach Jason Tindall says the Cherries would not be against selling players for the right price, amid reports of Manchester United’s interest in David Brooks.
This summer could be one in which Bournemouth continue to raise vital funds after their relegation. Indeed, Nathan Ake has already moved to Manchester City for £41million.
What’s more, Sheffield United have signed goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale for around £18.5million.
Now, further speculation has claimed the Red Devils are keen on Wales international Brooks. Those reports say the 23-year-old could cost around £40million.
Speaking to the Bournemouth Echo, Tindall has stressed that, until his side are happy with offers for players, they remain Cherries players.
He said: “In terms of Aaron and offers that come into the football club, each offer, each transfer is dealt with on an individual basis. I think first and foremost there’s a lot that’s got to happen.
“We as a football club have got a value of what we believe for our players and if that value is met then players have got the opportunity to then discuss with whoever they need to discuss with and then make the decision they feel is right for them.
“But first and foremost, it needs to be right for the football club and once it’s right for the football club then, as you’ve seen in the past, I don’t think it’s a club that will stand in anybody’s way providing that the club’s happy with and it meets the valuation of the player.”
BOURNEMOUTH HOPING FOR INSTANT PREM RETURN
Bournemouth will begin the new season in the Championship after their relegation under Eddie Howe and will be aiming for an instant Premier League return.
Tindall added: “Until any offers come in for any players then they remain in Bournemouth regardless anyway. The squad are happy here. They know they’re at a fantastic club and it’s a club that’s going places and want to achieve something this year.
“I think when you’ve got that purpose as a player where you’re going into a season where you’re looking to be successful and achieve something, I think it’s a great thing to have and people want to be a part of that.”