Bournemouth unlikely to sell Lloyd Kelly amidst Milan and Juventus interest

Premier League side Bournemouth are unlikely to sell defender LLoyd Kelly in January, with both Milan and Juventus keen on the player.

It has been previously reported that Milan have made contact for the defender, whose contract expires in the summer. Marco Conterio has now reported that Bournemouth are veery clear about their intentions about the 25-year-old and they do not want to sell him in January and they would much rather lose him for free in the summer.

The report also states that both Milan and Juve have tested the waters for the defender, but Andoni Iraola considers him a vital part of the side and Bournemouth understand the staying in the Premier League will fetch them a hefty sum and they want that. 

Premier League clubs are also keeping tabs on the Englishman, who will decide his future with his agent in the January transfer window and then make a decision about his next destination.





Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN

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