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Bournemouth enquire after Feyenoord centre-back Marcos Senesi and look to finalise Neto transfer

Bournemouth inquire about Feyenoord centre-back Marcos Senesi and prepare to finalize Neto’s transfer from Barcelona as Scott Parker looks to bolster his roster after making just three signings

  • Bournemouth approached Feyenoord to inquire about defender Marcos Senesi
  • Scott Parker only has three central defenders in his roster this weekend
  • The Cherries hope to complete Neto’s transfer from Barcelona by Monday
  • The goalkeeper is expected to rival Marek Rodak’s place as number 1 at the club

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Bournemouth have inquired about Argentine centre-back Marcos Senesi at Feyenoord and will complete the transfer of goalkeeper Neto from Barcelona this weekend.

The Cherries have signed just three times so far in the transfer window for Saturday’s game against Aston Villa, luring Joe Rothwell, Ryan Fredericks and Marcus Tavernier to Vitality Stadium.

But it looks like Barcelona’s backup goalkeeper Neto will be next to join Scott Parker, with the veteran shot-stopper ready to complete his move on Monday.

Bournemouth has approached Feyenoord to inquire about central defender Marcos Senesi

Bournemouth has approached Feyenoord to inquire about central defender Marcos Senesi

Barcelona goalkeeper Neto expected to complete his transfer to Bournemouth this weekend

Barcelona goalkeeper Neto expected to complete his transfer to Bournemouth this weekend

Barcelona goalkeeper Neto expected to complete his transfer to Bournemouth this weekend

Therefore, the Brazilian could face defending champions Manchester City at the Etihad next weekend, if the signing is not postponed.

Despite Neto playing just 21 times for Barcelona at the club in three years, Neto is expected to rival Mark Travers for the number 1 spot.

Reinforcing the goalkeeper position immediately after winning promotion is a choice Parker has previously opted for, having hired Alphonse Areola on loan to usurp Marek Rodak between the sticks during his final Premier League stint at Fulham.

Senesi struggles with Roma striker Tammy Abraham in the Europa Conference League final

Senesi struggles with Roma striker Tammy Abraham in the Europa Conference League final

Senesi struggles with Roma striker Tammy Abraham in the Europa Conference League final

Feyenoord centre-back Senesi is the latest player on Bournemouth’s radar this summer, who impressed the Dutch club last season.

The Argentina international played 50 games in all competitions last season – scoring three goals and three assists – and captained seven of the last nine games in the Eredivisie.

The 25-year-old would help shape a thin division within Bournemouth’s squad, with only Lloyd Kelly, Chris Mepham and the younger James Hill the only central defenders in Parker’s squad so far.


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