An early departure in the transfer window is Joe Partington, who has joined Conference side Aldershot Town on a months loan. Partington has gone out on loan, presumably to regain match fitness having missed pre-season through injury and has yet to feature in the Champiosnhip this season.
Returning to Dean Court are Matt Tubbs, from Rotherham United, and Josh Wakefield, from Dorchester Town, both of whom have seen their respective loan spells come to an end.
With his loan period coming to an end, Lee Camp is due to return to West Bromwich Albion. But it is hoped that Camp will be signing a permanent deal to remain at Dean Court, especially so given that he is eligible to leave the Hawthorns on a free as his contract in the West Midlands comes to an end in the Summer.
On the possinility of signing Camp, manager Eddie Howe is quoted in the Bournemouth Evening Echo as saying: "Players we bring in have to fall in line with the wage structure we have and with the financial fair play rules. When you are talking about good players, it is always a difficult balance to get right and you can’t risk the future of the football club. Hopefully, from my perspective, we will agree with Campy and, if we don’t, we will have to go in a different direction. But it has to be right financially for this football club and there are so many different things to consider in that respect".
Nico Yennaris has returned to Arsenal following his loan spell at Dean Court having not featured in any game for the Cherries.