Bournemouth supporters are somewhat concerned at their disappointing start to the new Premier League season.
The Cherries have endured two successive defeats, conceding three goals and failing to convert a single chance.
It’s safe to say that it hasn’t been the best of starts for Eddie Howe’s team.
However, they do have an opportunity to revert their poor start to the season, by delving into the transfer market.
Eddie Howe has publicly expressed his desire to strengthen the squad and introduce more arrivals to accompany the signings of Jermaine Defoe, Asmir Begovic and Nathan Ake.
Our landlord has highlighted the midfield as an area of the pitch where the Cherries require improvement.
Accordingly, our landlord has highlighted Didier Ndong as a target that Eddie Howe should pursue over the remainder of the window.
The Gabon international has started the season in inspired form, and he could provide the necessary protection that Bournemouth’s defence has been lacking in recent times.
The 23-year-old has already amassed experience of playing in England’s top flight, having made 31 league appearances for the Black Cats last season.
This may not appear to be the most exciting transfer in the world. Nonetheless, our landlord firmly believes it would augment the quality of Eddie Howe’s midfield.
At the age of 23, Ndong’s potential is vast, and if given the right guidance and sufficient first-team involvement, he could thrive in the black and red stripes of Bournemouth. Eddie Howe must be wary that time is running out in the transfer window, he must act promptly.
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