Bournemouth winger Ryan Fraser wants to leave the South Coast club when the transfer window reopens this summer.
This is according to the publication from the Daily Mirror which claimed that Ryan Fraser has decided to leave Bournemouth in the summer.
It was revealed that the Arsenal target wanted to leave the club at the end of his contract but the interest in his services has prompted a change of mind.
His present Cherries deal does not expire until the end of next season but the player has jettisoned the idea of moving on a free transfer in favour of joining interested clubs like Arsenal for a transfer fee this summer.
Ryan Fraser has been in very good form for Bournemouth this season and he has been involved in 20 goal contributions for the Cherries in the Premier League.
He has grown to become a key performer for Bournemouth since he joined them from Scottish Premiership side Aberdeen for around £400,000 in 2013.
The Scottish international player has scored seven goals for the Cherries in the Premier League this term in addition to 13 assists.
No player has provided more Premier League goals than Ryan Fraser who has 13 assists alongside Chelsea talisman Eden Hazard.
He could be the direct replacement for wantaway Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey at the club with the Welsh international who’s expected to join Italian champions Juventus in the next few months.