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Bournemouth are remaining strong in their stance that Dominic Solanke is not for sale in the January transfer window

10 Premier League goals in 17 games for Dominic Solanke.

Bournemouth FC stands resolute in their decision to retain English striker Dominic Solanke, dismissing any potential transfer speculations during the January transfer window. Despite reported interest from various clubs, the club’s management remains adamant about retaining the 26-year-old forward.

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Bournemouth reiterates their firm stance that Dominic Solanke, valued for his contribution to the team, is not on the market for a transfer. AFC Bournemouth owner Bill Foley has dispelled rumors about Solanke’s departure, emphasizing the player’s importance to the team’s plans.

Solanke, a significant asset for Bournemouth, has been subject to transfer rumors, notably linked with potential moves to other clubs. However, the club’s firm stance reinforces their commitment to keeping the striker amidst any external interest.

The management’s decision underlines Solanke’s integral role within the team, highlighting his contributions and significance in Bournemouth’s future endeavors. Bournemouth’s resolute stance against Solanke’s departure may thwart the aspirations of clubs eyeing the forward during the transfer window. As the transfer window approaches, Bournemouth’s decision stands as a clear indication of their determination to retain their key players, emphasizing their ambitions for the ongoing season.

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