Howe Dismisses Callum and Chelsea Rumor, Calls It A Waste Of Time

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Bournemouth manger, Eddie Howe has dismissed every rumor of Chelsea being interested in having Callum Wilson.

Chelsea will have to look elsewhere for another alternative in case Higuain’s deal doesn’t work out as Bournemouth has murdered their Callum Wilson link.

Eddie Howe must have melted Maurizio Sarri’s heart when he talked of Chelsea-Callum Wilson’s deal rumor as a “waste of time.”

The manager told the press today that the club will not be able to let Wilson go, not for any price.

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Photo: Courtesy (Callum Wilson)

With Chelsea able to cash in about £50 million, their expectations of robbing Bournemouth of their striker will be diverted.

Westham are also on the disappointment list, following their plans of finding a potential replacement for Marko Arnautovic who demands his exit from the club.

“I’ve been told about the speculation, it’s not something I seek to read,” said Howe. “It’s a waste of time for me to do so. It’s business as normal, Callum has been bright and bubbly this week so no problems there.

“In my opinion, and it’s just my opinion I wouldn’t sell at any price but I’m the manager of the team trying to create the best team that I can.

“We desperately want to take the team forward and to do that we have got to keep our best players.

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Photo: courtesy (Eddie Howe Speaks on Callum Wilson)

“He is a very important member of the team. He has unique attributes that really complement what we do here. He’s been a really good goal scorer for us this season, that’s the hardest things to do in the sport so we value him really highly.”
The manager stated.

Having done two consecutive damage to the transfer market; Howe warns of a possible deal as he insights that it is just the beginning.

“I wouldn’t rule anything in or out. It’s a month that historically we have never wanted to do anything.”

“This season, more than any other, we have been forced to act on the back of the injuries that we’ve had to some personnel in the team so we will wait to see what happens in the rest of the window,” he continued

“We need to react if anything else happens to any of our players injury wise and of course we are always looking to improve the squad.”

The Club prepare to battle Everton on 13th as they look to scratch out three point from Goodison Park.

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