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Why Liverpool will make millions if Dominic Solanke joins Arsenal after Bournemouth hat-trick

Why Liverpool will make millions if Dominic Solanke joins Arsenal after Bournemouth hat-trick

Dominic Solanke continued his excellent form with a hat-trick for Bournemouth against Nottingham Forest.

Liverpool are in line to make millions should Bournemouth striker Dominic Solanke join Arsenal.

The Gunners are believed to be interested in the 26-year-old, who has been one of the top forwards in the Premier League this season.

Solanke notched a hat-trick, including a last-minute winner, as Bournemouth beat Nottingham Forest 3-2 at the City Ground.

It took his tally to 11 in 17 games in the Premier League this term, with only Erling Haaland ahead of him in the goalscoring charts.

Arsenal are looking for a new number nine in the January window and Solanke has emerged as an alternative to Brentford striker Ivan Toney.

Bournemouth are expected to play hard-ball over their talisman but Liverpool would benefit massively from a transfer.

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Image: Getty

Solanke played 27 times for Liverpool after signing from Chelsea six years ago and went on to join the Cherries in a deal which totalled £24 million back in 2019.

The overall fee was dependent on add-ons which have now been met but the Liverpool Echo say that buy-back and 20 per cent sell-on clauses were also included.

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Image: Getty

Former sporting director Michael Edwards was the man responsible and though Solanke has since signed two new contracts to keep him at the Vitality Stadium untik 2027, the clauses are still believed to be valid.

However, Bournemouth owner Bill Foley is adamant he is not open to selling the club's prized asset no matter the money involved.

"The door’s closed and bolted shut," he said on BBC Radio Solent Sport.

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Topics: Liverpool, Arsenal, Bournemouth, Premier League