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16:30  18 may  2019
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Southampton weighing up swoop for Kelly Southampton are reportedly weighing up a move to sign Bristol City defender Lloyd Kelly. According to Bristol Post, Southampton are keen on a deal to sign the youngster, having been impressed with him this season. The report claims that Southampton have sent scouts to watch Kelly numerous times and enquired about a move back in January. Bristol City are said to want a fee in the region of £15m for the England under-21 international defender. Kelly is capable of playing at left-back or at centre-back and has thrived in both positions under Lee Johnson at Bristol City in the Championship this season.

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Bournemouth agree £13m Kelly fee © Getty Lloyd Kelly could become Bournemouth's first signing of the summer

Bournemouth have agreed a £13m fee with Bristol City to sign defender Lloyd Kelly, Sky Sports News understands.

The 20-year-old left-back, who is also comfortable in the centre of defence, made 34 appearances for the Robins this season, helping them to eighth place in the Championship.

Bournemouth agree £13m Kelly fee © Getty (Photo by John Walton/PA Images via Getty Images)

If Kelly joins Bournemouth, he will be well placed to usurp Charlie Daniels and Diego Rico in the pecking order for the left-back position in Eddie Howe's side.

Daniels suffered a serious knee injury in April which is likely to keep him out for the majority of 2019, while Rico made just 12 Premier League appearances after signing from Leganes last year.

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Bournemouth in 2018/19: End of Season Awards AFC Bournemouth have enjoyed another successful season, their fourth since initially gaining promotion to the Premier League in 2015. With one match of the season to play, the Cherries sit 13th in the table with 47 points and could leapfrog Crystal Palace into 12th should results go their way on the final day of the season. There has been plenty of action at both ends of the pitch, with Eddie Howe’s men scoring 53 times and conceding 65 goals in the league. In addition to their league efforts, Bournemouth managed to progress to the quarterfinals of the Carabao Cup, where they succumbed to a late Eden Hazard goal to nil.

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Bournemouth agree £13m Kelly fee © Getty Bournemouth's regular left-back Charlie Daniels suffered a serious knee injury in April and is likely to miss most of 2019

Kelly came through the ranks at Bristol City and made his debut in a League Cup game against Plymouth in August 2017.

He has gone on to play 48 times for the club and has picked up three caps for England U21s.

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