Evian Thonon Gaillard striker Clarck N'Sikulu has reportedly attracted plenty of interest this summer.
According to a report in the French publication Footmercato, Bournemouth and two other Premier League sides are tracking talented Evian Thonon Gaillard striker Clarck N'Sikulu.
The French-born Congolese striker has become a prime target for a number of clubs this summer following his side’s disappointing relegation from the French top-fight last season.
Star player Daniel Wass has already left for Celta Vigo, and N'Sikulu is being tipped to follow him out the exit door as reports label Bournemouth among others showing a strong interest in the striker.
“Several clubs have shown a strong interest in Clark N’Sikulu. Bournemouth are among three Premier League sides tracking him while a Greek have also displayed an interest,” the report in Footmercato states.
Why Bournemouth would be a good option for Clarck N'Sikulu
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe has already started planning for the 2015-16 Premier league campaign, bringing in a number of players including Chelsea’s Christian Atsu on loan.
N’Sikulu is a talented striker and performed well despite his side’s relegation, scoring five goals in 20 top-flight starts and displaying willingness to contribute to his defensive duties.
The Cherries not only need to add players to their first-team squad, but they also need to fill out the development squads as they accustom to being a Premier League team.
N’Sikulu leaving Evian for England’s south coast would be a good career move, as he would get a healthy environment where he would see decent first-team prospects and continuing development.