BOURNEMOUTH are reportedly fearful that David Brooks will leave the club as a trio of Premier League clubs look to sign the Wales international.
The 23-year-old is one of a number stars that could leave the Vitality Stadium this transfer window after the Cherries were relegated to the Championship.
Dutch defender Nathan Ake is already on his way out after Manchester City had a £41million bid accepted for his services.
SunSport have exclusively revealed how Everton are keen on luring Norwegian striker Josh King to Goodison Park for £15m.
And Callum Wilson is another player that could leave with Tottenham understood to be leading the race for his signature.
Bournemouth have already been dealt a blow after Eddie Howe left the club by mutual consent after he failed to keep his beloved side up.
And Brooks could be the latest person to depart the south coast with the Daily Star claiming he has no shortage of suitors.
They state that Spurs, Everton and West Ham are all in for the former Sheffield United attacking midfielder.
Bournemouth are desperate to keep hold of Brooks as they believe he is vital in their quest to return to the top-flight at the first time of asking.
Of all the players that have been linked with moves away, it has been suggested that Brooks is the one player Bournemouth do not want to sell.
But it has been said they could be forced into accepting an offer should a potential suitor cough up a bid in the region of £30m.
Brooks was limited to just nine Premier League appearances in the 2019/20 season due to injury, with the player scoring just once.