Bournemouth eye Jackson move

Sky Sports understands Bournemouth are lining up a move for former Norwich striker Simeon Jackson.

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Simeon Jackson: Attracting interest from Bournemouth

Simeon Jackson: Attracting interest from Bournemouth

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Canadian international Jackson is available on a free transfer after leaving Norwich earlier this summer.

Jackson found first-team chances limited at Norwich last season and the club decided to let him leave when his contract expired.

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe has made a new striker one of his top priorities this summer and Jackson is on his wanted list.

A number of other Championship clubs are thought to be chasing the 26-year-old, but Howe hopes to lure him to Dean Court.

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