Premier League Boss Coy Over Arsenal Move

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe has reacted to reports linking him to replace Arsene Wenger as Arsenal manager.

Earlier reports have it that Arsenal have set sights on appointing Eddie Howe as the replacement for Arsene Wenger when the long-serving Gunners legend finally vacates his post; the Bournemouth coach has come out to respond to the stories but refuses to rule anything in or out.

In an interview, Howe revealed: “I’d rather be linked doing something right than the other way, but my only focus is winning, is Bournemouth. I am loyal, I love the town and I want to continue that association for as long as possible.

“I don’t want to hear it, I don’t need to hear it. I just want to win games.

“It’s very hard to predict the future – if you try you come unstuck. In football management you live week to week. I turn a blind eye to speculation.”

Although, Bournemouth Chairman, Jeff Mostyn also came out yesterday to debunk the exit rumours but Howe has not totally ruled out a move to the Emirates stadium.

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