PSG ‘target shock move for Bournemouth striker Josh King’ but Cherries ‘will demand £25m’ for star man after Premier League relegation
- Josh King has attracted attention from up to 10 Premier League clubs
- Italian rivals Roma and Lazio are also tracking the Bournemouth striker
- But Cherries will refuse to sell for less than £25m despite relegation
Josh King has reportedly emerged as shock target for Paris Saint Germain as a mad summer scramble for the Bournemouth striker starts to heat up.
The Cherries were relegated from the Premier League last term and a vast range of clubs are looking to capitalise by raiding the Vitality Stadium outfit.
Josh King has emerged as a transfer target for many clubs following Borunemouth’s relegation
Along with Thomas Tuchel’s side, it is also reported that up to half of the Premier League’s 20 clubs are also monitoring his availability including Newcastle, Everton and Brighton.
Interest has also stretched to Europe with Italian capital rivals Lazio and Roma also assessing his current situation.
Despite relegation and the double whammy of the Covid-19 outbreak to club finances, Bournemouth though are expected to still demand £25million for the striker.
The Norway striker netted six goals from 26 games in the Premier League last term
However should King depart, he would favour a move to a Premier League club, even though he harbours ambitions to play in the Champions League.
Despite the interest surrounding King, the striker did struggle in front of goal this term which resulted in Bournemouth’s relegation on the final day of the season.
The 28-year-old six goals from 26 top-flight appearances during 2019-20 and has one year left on his contract.