Bournemouth continue to do well in the Premier League and saw off Crystal Palace last week with considerable ease to further cement their place as steady top flight outfit.
Manager Eddie Howe deserves a whole host of credit for turning the Cherries into a top flight force, and it looks once more like they will end up maintaining their top flight status for another season.
Summer signings like David Brooks and Jefferson Lerma appear to be settling in well, and there will be little for Howe to worry about in terms of adding new players in January if things can continue as they are.
However, one area of the pitch which might need address is at centre half, where despite having the impressive Nathan Ake in the ranks, other players such as Simon Francis and Steve Cook are certainly not getting any younger.
That’s why we here at the Tavern think that signing Reading defender Liam Moore could be a shrewd move by the club.
The former Leicester City man, who is valued at a cool £6.3m by Transfermarkt, has been a consistent performer for the Royals in a team which has otherwise struggled in the main.
There is though, little doubting Moore’s ability to perform, whether that be at Championship or Premier League level, and the player himself might well relish the move back into the limelight.
Still only 25, Moore could be a regular for the Cherries for years to come, and with Reading continuing to struggle, he could well jump at the chance should Bournemouth make their move.
Bournemouth fans, what do you think? Would Moore be a good signing? Let us know in the comments!
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