Date:Monday June 23 2014
AFC Bournemouth have been linked with potential moves for Burnley's Junior Stanislas, Leyton Orient's Moses Odubajo and former loanee Maxi Gradel.
The Football League transfer window opens a week on Tuesday, with a number of players up and down the football pyramid looking for new clubs following the end of their current contracts.
One of those players is Burnley winger Junior Stanislas, who was initially signed by Eddie Howe when he was manager at Turf Moor in August 2011.
The Daily Echo have reported that Howe could be interested in signing the 24 year old for a second time.
Stanislas made 32 appearances for Burnley last season as they won promotion to the Premier League, overall he has made over 100 appearances for the club.
Prior to his move to Burnley he also made 47 appearances for West Ham United and has played for England at under 19's, 20's and 21 level.
20 year old Leyton Orient winger Moses Odubajo has also been linked with a potential move to Dean Court.
A product of Orient's youth system he has made 116 appearances for the club and impressed last season as Orient made the League One play-off final.
Odubajo made 57 appearances last season scoring 12 goals.
The final link is former loan favourite and Ivory Coast international Maxi Gradel.
The 26 year old made 38 appearances for the Cherries during the 2007/08 season scoring ten goals before returning to parent club Leicester City at the end of the season.
The following season he was part of the side that won the League One title, but the following season he moved to Leeds United where he completed back to back promotions from the third tier of English football.
In August 2011 he made the move to French side St-Etienne for £3million, where he has won the French League Cup, but has recently struggled to be a first team regular.
He is currently in Brazil playing for the Ivory Coast in the World Cup.
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Date:Monday June 23 2014
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