With the return of Eddie Howe and Jason Tindall, it has made public by the returning management duo that they wanted to thin the Cherries squad out as it was going to be impossible to keep them all happy with game time.
Before they returned Gregory was loaned out to AFC Wimbledon, with Jon Meades following in his footsteps just recently. Could it the turn of Mark Molesley to get match-fot elsewhere?
Speaking in the Bournemouth Evening Echo, manager Eddie Howe is quoted as saying: "Mark has trained near enough every day since we have been back and he has improved with each training session. He hasn’t had a lot of football recently, as everybody knows. We are pleased with him. He remains part of our squad and a big part of our squad. I am open to a loan spell with Mark. I think he needs to go and get football and I have had that conversation with him, so we will wait and see what happens. But while he is here, he is also a useful member of our squad in terms of his flexibility positionally. He can play many different positions so he is fighting for a place with everybody else. There has been interest. I think there have been concerns over his injury record but he hasn’t missed a day of training since I have been here and he has looked really good, so I think he is getting on top of those problems now and, hopefully, he will remain fit".
Source: Cherries MAD