Bournemouth are rumoured to be keen on selling the the former Arsenal striker after becoming concerned with their current situation regarding Financial Fair Play.

Afobe joined Bournemouth from Wolves last January for £10m and will likely demand a fee that would that would, at the very least, recoup the money they spent on him.

After scoring 22 goals in 46 appearances for Wolves, Afobe made the move to the Premier League where he’s scored 10 goals.

After spending big on the likes of Nathan Ake and Asmir Begovic, as well as having to splash out on Jermain Defoe’s wages, Bournemouth are reportedly worried about a potential prosecution for not complying to Financial Fair Play rules.

With the Swans supposedly close to agreeing a deal with Manchester City for Wilfried Bony, it is unlikely that they would make a move for Afobe unless that deal falls through.

Fernando Llorente has been linked with a big money move to Chelsea which could pave a way to South Wales for Afobe, though Paul Clement has recently stated that he is confident of keeping last season’s top scorer.

With just three days left to complete any remaining transfer business, it is likely that Paul Clement and Co. will be working late into the night on Thursday to ensure any outstanding deals are completed.

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