Bournemouth consider loan move for left-back Matias Vina from Roma
Bournemouth considering a loan move for Uruguayan left-back Matias Vina from Roma, after the Cherries saw an ambitious move for Inter Milan’s Robin Gosens turned down
- Bournemouth have asked about a loan for Roma left-back Matias Vina
- The Cherries had previously attempted an ambitious move for Robin Gosens
- Gary O’Neil is looking to strengthen his side to help his side avoid relegation
Bournemouth have asked about a loan move for Uruguayan left-back Matias Vina from Roma.
The 25-year-old has seen his chances at Roma limited under Jose Mourinho this season, with just three Serie A appearances, and 15 games where he has been left as an unused substitute.
Gary O’ Neil is looking to strengthen his side in order to boost their chances of avoiding relegation.
Bournemouth are considering a loan move for Roma left-back Matias Vina
Their push for Vina comes after they failed with an ambitious move for Inter Milan’s Germany international Robin Gosens.
Gosens has struggled for starts since a hamstring injury kept him out for a good chunk of last season.
Out of his 15 Serie A appearances this season, 14 of them have come as a substitute.
Bournemouth had previously attempted an ambitious move for Inter Milan’s Robin Gosens
Gary O’Neil is looking to strengthen his side to help them avoid relegation this season
Bournemouth meanwhile made their first signing of the January window yesterday, recruiting winger Dango Ouattara for around £20m from French side Lorient.
Ouattara, who has five goals from 11 international caps for Burkina Faso, joins on a five-and-a-half-year deal.
Bournemouth’s new American owner Bill Foley had recently bought a minority stake in Lorient.
They have also made a £10m bid for Bristol City striker Antoine Semenyo.
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