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Bournemouth set to sign Celtic midfielder Ryan Christie despite interest from Burnley

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Bournemouth set to sign Ryan Christie from Celtic despite interest from Burnley with the Championship side also bringing in Jamal Lowe on £2m deal from Swansea 

  • Bournemouth are set to fend off Burnley to sign Ryan Christie from Celtic
  • The midfielder has scored 41 goals in 150 appearances for Celtic since 2015
  • Bournemouth are also looking to bring in Jamal Lowe from Swansea for £2m
  • Both signings would be a boost to their hopes of promotion this season   

Celtic midfielder Ryan Christie is set to sign for Bournemouth despite interest from Premier League side Burnley.

The 26-year-old who made 34 appearances for the Scottish giants last season is set to join the Championship side in a boost to their promotion hopes.

It would be a coup for Scott Parker’s side with the midfielder also having an offer to join Burnley.

Ryan Christie is set to complete a move to Bournemouth on transfer deadline day

Ryan Christie is set to complete a move to Bournemouth on transfer deadline day

Christie joined Celtic from Inverness Caledonian Thistle in 2015 and has scored 42 goals for the club.

Despite speculation surrounding his future he has started all four games for Ange Postecoglou’s side this season.

Bournemouth are also set to sign striker Jamal Lowe on transfer deadline day for a £2m fee.

The 27-year-old scored 14 goals in 44 appearances for Swansea last season.

Lowe has featured for the Swans in all five of their games so far this campaign but he is set to join Bournemouth, despite rival interest from Blackburn Rovers.  

Striker Jamal Lowe is also set to join from Championship rivals Swansea for a £2m fee

Striker Jamal Lowe is also set to join from Championship rivals Swansea for a £2m fee

Both signings would bolster the club's hopes of promotion from the Championship this season

Both signings would bolster the club’s hopes of promotion from the Championship this season

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