Bournemouth star Callum Wilson has advised his teammate Ryan Fraser to snub all the interests on the table for him and remain at the club for the coming season.
The Scotland international has been linked with a move to North Loudon outfit Arsenal as his contract with the club expires in 2020. He is reportedly on the wish list of manager Unai Emery and a bid would be submitted for him as soon as the summer transfer window is opened.
This season has been a great one for Ryan Fraser as he impressed with eight goals and provided 15 assists to help his Bournemouth side remain in the English Premier League.
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However, Ryan Fraser has been told by the England striker Wilson to snub the interest and remain at the club, noting that he is being wanted by manager Eddie Howe.
Wilson made it clear that his solid partnership with Ryan Fraser on the pitch was not deliberate from training, stressing that it just happened unplanned and it has been good so far.
The England striker noted that most of his goals were assisted by Ryan Fraser and that has helped his career as well which is the reason why he would seek to work with him in the coming season.