League One transfer latest: Bristol City set to land ex-Arsenal youngster

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Bournemouth have been reaping the benefits of a 25% sell-on clause in Adam Lallana's contract, with the Cherries pocketing a whopping £6.5m from the deal. Manager Eddie Howe will now look to spend that money in a bid to try and replace top goalscorer Lewis Grabban, who recently signed for relegated Norwich City.

His primary target is Coventry City striker Callum Wilson, who hit 22 goals for the Sky Blues last season - and he could be set to land him. The 22-year-old has been given permission to speak to both Norwich and Bournemouth after cash-strapped Coventry accepted bids of over £3m for their star striker. He seems the ideal fit for Bournemouth, as he provides the pace to replace Grabban up front.

In recent days, Bristol City have been incredibly busy, adding winger Luke Freeman, midfielder Korey Smith, full back Mark Little and striker Aaron Wilbraham. They look set to add another new face in the shape of Yeovil Town defender Luke Ayling, formerly of Arsenal.

The 22-year-old joined the Somerset side from the Gunners back in 2010, but with his contract expiring on Tuesday, it now leaves him available to sign for a new club. The Robins have taken a chance on the versatile defender, who can play at right back and centre back, but they will owe Yeovil compensation for his services as he's below the age of 23.

Elsewhere in League One, relegated Doncaster Rovers are looking to add an experienced head to the centre of their defence, and are subsequently closing in on the signing of former Huddersfield Town skipper Peter Clarke.

The 32-year-old former Blackpool and Southend United defender is a well respected figure and a known leader, and that's what Paul Dickov's men will need if they are to return to the Championship at the first time of asking.

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