Chelsea have recall Nathan Aké from his loan
deal at Afc Bournemouth and the defender
will return to his parent club with immediate effect.
Nathan Aké who signed a new five-year deal with
the London club in 2015 but arrived at Bournemouth
on a season-long loan from Chelsea in June.
And has since made 12 appearances in all competitions for the club.
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe talk to the BBC after his side’s
surprise 3-0 FA Cup lost to Millwall that losing Aké
“would be a huge blow to us as he’s done so well” and
also talk about the Dutchman’s quality. Howe is already
without Bournemouth captain, Simon Francis, through suspension,
for the next two matches while fellow centre-back Marc Wilson is an injury concern.
Nathan Aké who missed Bournemouth’s defeat at Millwall on Saturday
and was among the 11 changes made by Howe from their
Premier League draw against Arsenal.
“It’s easier said than done to say we are going to recruit
a player in similar stature to Nathan and I’m not sure
there’s too many out there,” Howe said.
“So that’s going to be a difficult one for us but we will
assess our options and try and make the right decisions.”
Aké, who also spent last season on loan at Watford,
was limited to a substitute appearances until breaking
into the Bournemouth team in November.
Before home Chelsea take on Peterborough United in the
FA Cup today before travelling to Leicester City next Saturday
Clement is expected to sanction both
deals, allowing Swansea to push ahead
with the deals next week.
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