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Bradley Wright-Phillips eyes Prem loan amid Bournemouth interest - sources

Bradley Wright-Phillips has excelled since joining New York Red Bulls in 2013.

New York Red Bulls striker Bradley Wright-Phillips is keen on a loan move to the Premier League during the Major League Soccer off-season with Bournemouth expressing an interest, sources have told ESPN FC.

Wright-Phillips, who began his career with Manchester City, has been a major success in America since joining New York Red Bulls as a free agent in 2013.

The 30-year-old won the MLS Golden Boot award last year and helped the Red Bulls to win the 2013 and 2015 Supporters' Shields.

Sources have told ESPN FC that Wright-Phillips is open to the idea of a loan move back to the Premier League, and the news has alerted a number of clubs aiming to bolster their squads in the January transfer window.

Bournemouth are in the market for striking reinforcements after losing Callum Wilson to an anterior cruciate ligament injury and ESPN FC has been told they are exploring the idea of bringing in Wright-Phillips on a temporary basis to help boost their survival bid.

The former England under-20 international also played for Southampton, Plymouth, Charlton and Brentford before joining the Red Bulls.

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