Josh King missed Bournemouth’s win in opposition to Coventry with a ‘migraine headache’ amid hypothesis over his future.
Cherries boss Jason Tindall confirmed the ahead’s absence in his pre-match press convention on Friday.
King, who has been linked with the likes of Manchester United, Tottenham and Aston Villa, was not missed as targets from Jefferson Lerma and Dan Golsing (2) secured a 3-1 victory over Coventry.
The consequence noticed Bournemouth preserve their unbeaten begin to the Championship season and climb to the highest of the desk.
King was a second-half substitute in final weekend’s 1-Zero win in opposition to Norwich and had skilled together with his teammates as regular main as much as the Coventry conflict.
However his matchday absence appears to be like set to lift additional questions on his future.
He had been a goal for Tottenham, however they seem to have ended their pursuit after saying the mortgage signing of Benfica striker Carlos Vinicius.
King got here near rejoining Manchester United in January as Bournemouth rejected a bid of round £20million.
In September, the 28-year-old admitted it might be ‘wonderful’ if the Pink Devils had been nonetheless excited by signing him.
He informed Norwegian outlet TV2: “I cannot lie, as a result of I actually needed to go there in January, however what occurred, occurred.
“I do know why issues occurred. We’ll simply have to attend and see. There’s a lot that’s open. I’ve a dream to play within the Champions League.
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“Whether or not it’ll occur this season or in two years, I have no idea. However I’ve a dream about it that every one boys have.
“What if United are nonetheless ? That might be wonderful. I used to be at United for 5 years and I discovered lot there.”