Bournemouth set to sign Darren Randolph and Matias Vina

Bournemouth have agreed to sign experienced West Ham keeper Darren Randolph – with Cherries also set to boost Premier League survival hopes with a loan move for Roma’s Matias Vina

  • Bournemouth are close to signing both Darren Randolph and Matias Vina 
  • Vina would arrive on a loan deal from Roma with an option to later buy 
  • Bournemouth are also hoping to sign Nicolas Jackson in a £20m deal 

Bournemouth are set to boost their Premier League survival hopes with the additions of Darren Randolph and Matias Vina.

The Cherries are set to sign 35-year-old keeper Randolph from West Ham – where his contract was set to expire at the end of the season. 

Vina meanwhile joins from Roma on loan with an option to buy at the end of the campaign. 

Bournemouth are set to sign experienced keeper Darren Randolph from West Ham

The 25-year-old left-back will cost an initial £800,000 loan fee for the Cherries to bring him to the Premier League.

Randolph, has not played a Premier League game in two seasons, but he will offer competition to the likes of Neto and Mark Travers in goal for Bournemouth. 

Vina meanwhile has seen his chances at Roma limited under Jose Mourinho this season, with just three Serie A appearances, and 15 games where he has been left as an unused substitute.

Gary O’ Neil might not stop there though as he looks to strengthen his side before the end of the January window.

They will also sign Matias Vina (R) on loan from Roma – where his chances have been limited

Bournemouth will find out on Thursday whether they can proceed with their proposed £20million move for Villarreal’s Nicolas Jackson amid concerns over hamstring and hip injuries.

Bournemouth moved to gazump rivals Southampton for the Senegal international and were aware he had been carrying an injury.

Further tests have been scheduled for Thursday which Bournemouth hope will give a clearer indication over the severity and the best course of action.

Villarreal anticipate Jackson could head back to Spain on Thursday amid fears the deal will be called off. 

Gary O’Neil hopes to boost his side’s survival hopes with additions before the end of the window




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