Ryan Fraser has been linked with a move to West Ham as his Bournemouth deal runs down (The Mirror).
The Scotland star hasn’t hit the heights of last season where he had the second-most Premier League assists, only beaten to the top spot by Eden Hazard. This season he’s got one goal and three assists.
With his contract running down though, some are eying a potential bargain for the clearly talented Scotland international. West Ham are one team reportedly interested.
A blow for the Dons if Fraser goes for West Ham
Despite his form not quite getting back to 2018/19 levels, Fraser’s still highly thought of, and he could move for nothing in the summer. West Ham want to sign him come the end of the season claims the report.
Getting him for nothing would be great business for any side. David Moyes wants to bring in a young and mobile player to the London Stadium seemingly and the Cherries winger fits that bill.
Fraser’s been linked with moves to Arsenal and Liverpool in the past. There could be a financial blow for former club Aberdeen though if this deal comes to fruition.
The Dons are entitled to 20% of any fee Bournemouth get if they choose to sell the Scotland international. Fraser’s choice to move on following his contract expiry would see Aberdeen miss out on a potentially big payday.