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Bournemouth FC new player in and out 2018/19. Here is AFC Bournemouth Squad 2018/19
Bournemouth have been improving their squad this summer ahead of the 2018/19 season. After a successful first season in the Premier League in 2015/16, Bournemouth were tipped by many to go down in the 2016/17 season. However, they actually built on their initial successful season and improved their finish, adding some good players to their team along the way. Eddie Howe has done a fine job of keeping them in the league and is starting to turn them into a force to be reckoned with. You can view Bournemouth’s 2018/19 transfers list here.
The AFC Bournemouth squad line up 2018/19 season will consist of these players.
The Bournemouth goalkeeping options are pretty solid at the club at the moment. They already had a reliable man between the sticks in Artur Boruc but have strengthened that position further last summer by signing Asmir Begovic from Chelsea. You would expect those two players to battle it out for the #1 spot this season as they bid for survival in their 4th consecutive Premier League season.
Bournemouth are doing alright at the back and the permanent addition of Nathan Ake from Chelsea last summer is a massive boost for them. This summer, Bournemouth have pulled off another transfer coup by signing left-back Diego Rico from La Liga side Leganes.
As you can see, Bournemouth are looking pretty thin in the midfield area. This will probably be fine for them however as they have no European football so in most cases will only be playing one game per week. Bournemouth signed highly-talented David Brooks, though, from Sheffield United this summer. AFC Bournemouth signed Jefferson Lerma just prior to transfer deadline day in summer 2018 for £25 million from Levante.
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