Fraser’s time at Bournemouth
Ryan Fraser joined Bournemouth in the summer of 2013 from Scottish outfit Aberdeen.
The Cherries are believed to have paid less than £500,000 for the winger’s services.
Since he began honing his craft in England, Fraser has made 202 appearances across all competitions for Bournemouth.
In those 202 ties, the 25-year-old has scored 24 and assisted 32.
The 2018/19 Premier League campaign was particularly fruitful for Fraser.
Fraser would score seven and provide 14 assists in 38 league outings last term. Only then Chelsea star Eden Hazard managed more assists in the PL last season (15).
After such a superb 2018/19 season, Fraser was linked with a summer move to Arsenal.
However, no move materialised, and Fraser is still currently plying his trade with Eddie Howe’s side.
Fraser’s 2019/20 season has been far less impressive, though.
In 23 PL appearances so far this campaign, Fraser has scored just once, and provided three assists.
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Fraser to West Ham?
Despite his dip in form, it appears that Fraser is still of interest to a Premier League club.
According to the Daily Mail, West Ham United have expressed an interest in Fraser.
The Scot is out of contract with the Cherries in the summer, so they may be tempted to cash in on Fraser now, instead of losing him for free in the next window.
But would it be the best idea to sell a key player to a close rival?
Both West Ham and Bournemouth are languishing at the wrong end of the Premier League table.
Both sides are currently sat on 23 points, with Bournemouth below 17th placed West Ham due to goal difference.
However, David Moyes’ side do have a game in hand on Bournemouth.