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Manchester United and Tottenham transfer speculation will not disrupt Ake - Howe

Manchester United and Tottenham transfer speculation will not disrupt Ake - Howe
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Manchester United and Tottenham transfer speculation will not disrupt Ake - Howe

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe has no concerns over Nathan Ake, despite transfer speculation surrounding the defender. Ake has impressed for the Cherries since arriving on a permanent deal in June 2017 and has been a key performer in Bournemouth's impressive start to the campaign. The centre-back's form has seen him linked with moves to both Tottenham and Manchester United, but Howe has no fears over losing the 23-year-old, who he insists will be unaffected by the rumours. Editors' Picks Bayern chief Hoeness: I should've said Ozil was crap, not sh*t! Lukaku or Rashford, Alexis or Martial? Ranking every Man Utd attacker this season With Ronaldo gone and Bale injured, Benzema has forgotten how to play as the main striker More touches, more chances, more freedom: Sarri showing Mourinho how to get the best out of Hazard "I think that's a compliment to Nathan and how he's played since he signed for us permanently," Howe told Sky Sports. "He's been a model of consistency. He picked up all the player awards that he did at the end of last season and he's carried that form into this [season]. "With any type of speculation that you are linked with, the clubs he's been mentioned with, it's a good sign. "However, that doesn't mean we're about to lose him. He's a massive part of what we're doing. "[There has been] nothing from our side, where it comes from I don't know. It's inevitable when the team is doing well people will naturally highlight our players, potential players who can go on and play at a higher level. Article continues below "I look at it as a compliment to the team. It certainly won't disrupt Nathan, knowing how level-headed he is. For him he's such a good personality it won't affect him in any way." .@NathanAke sat down with the @PremierLeague to discuss...The home formWorking with the bossTargets for the campaign#afcb — AFC Bournemouth (@afcbournemouth) 10 October 2018Bournemouth sit sixth with 16 points from their opening eight games and are hunting a third successive Premier League win when they host south-coast rivals Southampton on Saturday. Let's block ads! (Why?)

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