Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Ryan Mason is keen to leave the North London club in search of regular first-team football, with the England international eyeing up a £2 million move to Bournemouth according to The Daily Star.
The versatile central midfielder is a product of the White Hart Lane club’s youth academy and has starred for Spurs over the last two seasons.
In the 2014-15 campaign Mason was first choice under Mauricio Pochettino but the emergence of both Eric Dier and Dele Alli this term has limited the former Swindon Town loanee’s chances to feature.
With Spurs believed to be in the market for a new central midfielder this summer, the futures of both Mason and fellow youth-team graduate Nabil Bentaleb are thought to be up in the air.
Eddie Howe’s men are believed to be keen on Mason, who has been capped by England, with a potential switch to the Vitality Stadium.
The report suggests a £2 million fee, but Spurs would surely demand more than that for the able midfielder.