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Cherries to hold talks with Fraser

AFC Bournemouth are set to hold talks with Aberdeen winger Ryan Fraser.

On Tuesday night reports emerged that AFC Bournemouth had a agreed a fee with Scottish Premier League side Aberdeen for 18 year old winger Ryan Fraser.

Fraser has recently turned down a new contract offer at Pittodrie and is out of contract at the end of the season.

If he was to leave at the end of the current 2012/13 campaign, Aberdeen would still be due a compensation figure, but they are likely to earn more by selling him during the January transfer window.

Fraser has been linked with Premier League side Swansea and Championship side Huddersfield Town in recent weeks, however the Daily Mail have reported that Fraser was at Dean Court last (Tuesday) night to watch the FA Cup game against Wigan after the Cherries 'agreed compensation terms with Aberdeen'.

The newspaper reports that figure could be in the region of 200,000.

Aberdeen manager manager Craig Brown told Sky Sports...

'It is not a given he will go there. It is clear we will be looking for more money than we would be entitled to at the end of the season. What happens next is between Ryan, his agent and Bournemouth.'


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Writer: DJ Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday January 16 2013

Time: 10:27AM

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Assuming he's right sided I think just having two quality wingers on both sides of the pitch willl be too much to handle for other clubs.
Will-AFCB
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16/01/2013 11:37:00

Nope, turns out he's left sided >:( We better not try putting Pugh on the right again?
Will-AFCB
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16/01/2013 11:44:00

3rd & final comment. Turns out he's both footed :L
Will-AFCB
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16/01/2013 11:46:00

Apparently he is a good player he was in turkey with josh carmichael last week at the scotland u19s training camp looks like eddie is looking to the future
afcb1978
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16/01/2013 18:37:00

Also eddie and jason were showing him around the club toay
afcb1978
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16/01/2013 18:40:00

 

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