Liverpool duo Dominic Solanke and Nathaniel Clyne are on the verge of move to Bournemouth.
Clyne is heading out of Anfield for the rest of the season, but Solanke is negotiating a permanent move to the Vitality Stadium in a deal that would be worth £19million plus add-ons.
Solanke – who moved to Liverpool from Chelsea 18 months ago – is being tracked by several Premier League clubs. He appeared to be going on loan to Crystal Palace last week, but stalled as more bids materialised.
Fulham, Huddersfield and Brighton have also shown interest, but it now looks like Eddie Howe will complete a second Anfield transfer in a matter of hours. It will need a significant fee to secure Solanke.
Clyne has been considering numerous offers, Cardiff especially keen to secure his services. The 27-year-old has rarely played over the last two years due to injury but made a successful comeback when he started against Manchester United recently.
England Under 21 international Solanke hoped his move to Merseyside would present more opportunities than were on offer at former club Chelsea. He was a regular in the squad last season, making 21 appearances.