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Cherries linked to Chelsea duo

Cherries linked to Chelsea duo

AFC Bournemouth have been linked with a possible double loan move with Chelsea.

The West London Sport have reported that Chelsea youngsters Billy Clifford (pictured) and George Saville could both leave the Premier League side on loan, with a move to the Championship preferable for 20 year old Clifford and 19 year old Saville.

The pair can both play in midfield and the report suggests that despite targeting moves to the Championship...

'Bournemouth have been eyeing them and are expected to make an approach.'

Meanwhile the Daily Echo have also reported that AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe did watch the Chelsea under 21's against Crystal Palace on Monday but they believe...

'reports suggesting he is preparing to make a loan move for Blues pair Billy Clifford and George Saville are understood to be wide of the mark.'

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Writer:DJ
Date:Wednesday November 14 2012
Time: 8:30AM

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