Dango Outtara will complete his medical at Bournemouth TODAY and pen a five-year deal as the Burkino Fasa winger completes his £20m move from Lorient – who Cherries owner Bill Foley bought a 33 per cent stake in last week
- Outtara signs from Lorient – who Cherries owner Bill Foley just bought a stake in
- The 20-year-old winger has scored six goals in 18 games for the Ligue 1 side
- West Ham, Everton and Southampton were also interested in signing the player
- Cherries are also considering an offer for Bristol City striker Antoine Semenyo
Dango Ouattara will have his medical at Bournemouth today as the winger completes his £20m move from Lorient.
The Burkino Fasa winger will sign a five-year contract at the club after impressing for the Ligue 1 side.
The 20-year-old is enjoying a great season with Lorient, scoring six goals in 18 league appearances.
Dango Ouattara will have his medical at Bournemouth today as the winger completes his £20m move from Lorient (centre)
The 20-year-old (centre) has impressed this season with six goals in 18 appearances in Ligue 1
The signing comes after Cherries owner Bill Foley bought a 33 per cent stake in Lorient last week – just a month after he took over Bournemouth in a deal thought to be worth around £120million.
The Texas-born businessman is understood to have bought a 33 per cent slice of the Ligue 1 outfit, with a view to invest further at the end of the current season with a view to a full takeover being completed in the future.
His performances had alerted the interest of numerous Premier League sides including strugglers West Ham, Southampton and Everton.
Outarra signs from Lorient – who Cherries owner Bill Foley bought a 33 per cent stake in last week
After a poor start to the season, Cherries boss Gary O’Neil has improved Bournemouth’s fortunes and they sit just one point outside the bottom three.
The Cherries though have lost their last four Premier League games, and have a crucial match with Nottingham Forest coming up on Saturday.
Bournemouth are also considering an offer for Bristol City striker Antoine Semenyo, 23.
Recent injuries to Dominic Solanke and Marcus Tavernier has left O’Neil short in attack, which the Cherries are now hoping to bolster.
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