Leeds United could see another of their star players taken away from Elland Road this summer.
Leeds United fans still admire ex star.
Leeds United may have finally found the player to fill Lewis Cook's shoes at Elland Road.
Kalvin Phillips scored his first Leeds goal of the season.
Leeds United youngster Izzy Brown and Bournemouth striker Dominic Solanke were at Chelsea together.
Lewis Cook joined Bournemouth from Leeds United in 2016.
The Magpies man - who reportedly wants a move down south - looks likely to leave in January, while the Cherries are reeling from their midfielder's injury.
The Cherries say the 21-year-old England midfielder will be out from six to nine months after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament.
Tottenham are reportedly planning a move for Lewis Cook.
Former Leeds United prospect Lewis Cook is tentatively linked with Tottenham Hotspur.
Liverpool and Everton have both been credited with an interest in signing the Ajax star.
Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly opened talks with Bruno Fernandes's agent.
Tom Heaton has rejected a contract at Burnley with Premier League newcomers Aston Villa interested.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers released ex-Celtic trainee Liam Burt last month.
Leeds United shouldn't give up trying to sign Ryan Kent.
Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and Everton are all allegedly interested in signing the Mainz star.
Leeds United have released Hugo Diaz, whose contract wasn't supposed to expire until next summer.
Celtic are linked with a move for the Danish right-back.
Real Madrid are reportedly keen on signing Tottenham Hotspur ace Christian Eriksen.
Premier League giants Spurs are reportedly keen to sign Italy wonderkid Federico Chiesa from Serie A outfit Fiorentina.
Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly keen on Bournemouth's Lewis Cook.
The finances, globalisation and intense scrutiny of managers in the Premier League has made it incredibly difficult for young homegrown players to get first team opportunities. Almost 70% of Premier League players now come from overseas, so a lot of the development of young English talent is being done in the lower leagues.
Liverpool have been linked with Bournemouth's Eddie Howe.