United want Cherries star
Bournemouth are bracing themselves for interest in David Brooks as Manchester United are lining up a swoop.
The Cherries have to deal with constant speculation linking their players with a move away as Ryan Fraser, Nathan Ake, Callum Wilson and Brooks continue to attract attention.
Brooks has been linked with a move away, but for the first time Manchester United's name has been mentioned and they are said to be lining up a swoop.
United have already snapped up Daniel James from Swansea, and they are now reported to be targeting his Wales international team-mate Brooks, with a view to playing them together at club level.
Brooks has been a revelation since joining the Cherries from Sheffield United in a deal worth £11.5million last year, and it is claimed he is now valued closer to £50million.
Bournemouth will be keen to keep hold, but such an offer could be too good for them to turn down if United come forward.
Michael Holland is a reporter with over two decades of journalism experience. A Bolton fan, Michael often writes football articles, as well as having a strong knowledge of golf, cricket and Australian sports.