The winger of Bournemouth, Ryan Fraser, plans to spend the summer in Everton then an ace to the Premier League refused an extension that would keep at the club until the end of the season
- Ryan Fraser will be leaving Bournemouth before the end of the mandate of the Premier League
- The star scottish Fraser no longer has a contract on June 30 and has rejected an extension
- Everton has emerged as the favorite to sign it in front of Spurs and Arsenal
- The player is 26-year-old will be available for selection against Crystal Palace and Wolves
The winger of Bournemouth, Ryan Fraser, hopes to land a summer job at Everton after becoming the first star of the Premier League to reject a contract extension in the short term.
The international in scotland, who has also been linked to Tottenham and Arsenal, will leave the team of Eddie Howe on 30 June.
Sportsmail understands that Fraser has told his team-mates Bournemouth he saw Everton as his best option. The player is 26-year-old prefers not to risk injury by playing beyond the end of his current contract, which expires at the end of this month.
The winger of Bournemouth, Ryan Fraser, hopes to land a summer position against its rival league, Everton
Fraser trained with the Cherries in preparation for their return to action in the Premier League
The Cherries have confirmed on Wednesday that Simon Francis, Andrew Surman, Artur Boruc and Charlie Daniels had all agreed to stay for their last nine games.
But the stay of seven years of Fraser in Bournemouth will end as the club fights to avoid relegation.
In 208 appearances, Fraser has amassed 24 goals and 33 assists.
The winger, who has joined Aberdeen for approximately 400 000 £ in 2013, will be under contract for the next games with Crystal Palace and Wolves.
But he should have played his last game for the club before a free transfer this summer.
It is expected that he has played his last game for the club before a free transfer this summer
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