Bournemouth new signings: Confirmed ins and outs for Summer 2024

Bournemouth’s 2023/24 campaign was impressive enough for us to believe coach Andoni Iraola will be going for only top-class players during this transfer window. We are sure Bournemouth will do their very best to keep tremendous goalscorer Solanke on the roster by attracting only the best players available at the moment.

Let’s see what the most interesting Bournemouth transfers look like during the summer of 2024.

Bournemouth confirmed transfers 1
Cherries are undoubtedly looking to add class to the starting XI – Photo by Icon Sport

Bournemouth confirmed signings summer 2024

It seems that Bournemouth aren't wasting any time int he summer of 2024! Andoni Iraola knows what kind of changes need to be made in order for the Cherries to be a competative team during the 2024/25 season, and the club's men in charge already snapped up some of Bournemouth transfer targets this summer.

Bournemouth new signings
Previous club
Fee

🇳🇿 Alex Paulsen

Wellington Phoenix

£1.9m

🇹🇷 Enes Unal

Getafe

£14.1m

🇨🇦Daniel Jebbison

Sheffield United

£1.5m

Bournemouth transfer window rating so far: B

Rumours have it that Wellington Phoenix just recently made the most impressive outgoing transfer in club history by sending Alex Paulsen to the Premier League. The 21-year-old Auckland-born player joins the Cherries on a four-year deal. Bournemouth paid £1.9m for his services, which might put pressure on the up-and-coming shot-stopper to perform.

Moreover, Turkish striker Enes Unal is the first player to boost Bournemouth this summer. The former Getafe player joined the Cherries on a loan deal last January and helped his team scoring two goals and assisting twice during the 16 matches he played for the team.

Enes secured a four-year deal with Bournemouth, which means he will have plenty of time to prove his worth.

Bournemouth have acquired two wonderful players that can help the team in the long run. However, there is still a room for a world-class player on the team, and we can't wait to see who Iraola will go for next.

Not exactly a new name for Bournemouth, but Hamed Junior Traore is back in action for the Cherries. Coach Iraola opted to send him on loan in Serie A back in January, but Napoli didn’t deem his talents worthy of a permanent deal at Diego Armando Maradona Stadium.

However, Traore’s return at Vitality Stadium is indeed a massive boost to the Cherries’ ambitions this season. The attacking midfielder has a market tag of £17m, which just goes to show you just how impressive this player is.

We are sure that he still has a role to play for Bournemouth. If the Cherries can sign a few more good players to supplement the attack, we are sure that they can reach higher during the 2023/24 campaign.

More news on the Bournemouth front as Daniel Jebbinson didn’t agree on a contract renewal with Sheffield United. He’s joining the Cherries on a three-year deal, as Bournemouth are forced to pay £1.5m for the England youth international’s services. We think this is a great transfer maneuver by Bournemouth, as at the age of 20, Jebbison definitely has a bright future ahead of him. He’ll help his team with some much-needed energy in the attack – a competition Solanke definitely needs.

Bournemouth confirmed transfers 1
Enes Gunal is one of the first Bournemouth signings this summer – Photo by Icon Sport

Bournemouth confirmed departures summer 2024 – Full list

  • Lloyd Kelly (Released)
  • Jamal Lowe (Relesead)
  • Emiliano Marcondes (Released)
  • Ryan Fredericks (Released)

Zack is a longtime football fan, writer, and bettor. He also has experience playing and coaching the game of football at a local level. His interest in the MLS, Liga MX and the Canadian Premier League adds a new dimension to the content we have at FootballWhispers.