Bournemouth yet to receive offers for David Brooks
The 23-year-old is in high demand in the ongoing transfer window with a host of top-flight clubs interested. The likes of Tottenham, Manchester United, Liverpool, Leicester City and Everton have all shown some degree of interest in the Wales international. (h/t Sky Sports)
However, as per the report, Bournemouth are yet to receive any bid for their prized asset, while there have been no approaches made to the player’s camp with contract offers either.
It seems like, all the interested parties, including Tottenham, are playing the waiting game in order to bring Brooks’ asking price down.
As things stand, Bournemouth are holding out for a transfer fee of £40m for the 23-year-old. The Cherries’ new manager Jason Tindall hinted that the club will not stand in the way of a transfer should their valuation be met. But, it remains to be seen if Tottenham or any other club are willing to do so.
Brooks joined Bournemouth in 2018 from Sheffield United. The Welshman enjoyed a fine debut season in the Premier League, but endured an injury-riddled 2019/20 campaign.
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Brooks did make a comeback post-lockdown and featured in all of Bournemouth’s nine Premier League matches post restart. He also managed to net a goal, but was unable to save his team from relegation.
The 23-year-old is immensely talented and would certainly add more quality and depth to our attack. However, as things stand, it is unlikely that Spurs would meet the £40m valuation, considering that Jose Mourinho is operating on a tight budget this summer.