One of the brightest young talents to emerge in the Premier League, over the last twelve months, has been the Bournemouth midfielder, David Brooks.
Brooks, already a seasoned Welsh international, looks a lot younger than the 21-years-of-age he is, but his natural ability continues to shine through.
Bournemouth, as always seems to be the case, know they face a fight to hang on to the player, even more so when it comes to big money being offered.
According to the tabloid publication, the Mirror, two Premier League clubs are already expressing an interest in procuring the services of the midfielder.
Our source implies that Tottenham Hotspur are ready to do something they’ve not done in the last two transfer windows, namely spend money, by offering Bournemouth £50 million for the player.
Unsurprisingly, the other Premier League club linked with the player is Manchester United.
Clearly, it is going to take a big offer to tempt Bournemouth to sell and any possible deal could see something akin to an auction breaking out for the player.
But, sat here in the Vital Manchester United editorial chair, I’d love to see Brooks come to Old Trafford, he just has that something special about him that makes him look head-and-shoulders above others of his age.
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