With Charlie Sheringham returning to full fitness following his lengthy spell on the sidel lines, manager Eddie Howe is looking at the possibility of sending the 24-year-old out on loan to aid his recovery.
Speaking in the Bournemouth Evening Echo, Howe is quoted as saying: "Charlie may need a loan period to get some games for the last part of his rehabilitation. He has been out for a long time and has done well in training. He has looked bright and sharp but has only had one game. I think the next stage for him will be to get some regular football but we will have to wait and see. If we get a couple of injuries, we may have to re-assess it but I think it would be a good path for him".
For his part, Sheringham is quoted as saying: "I am fit and it is just a case of getting my match fitness up. It has been very up and down for me over the past 14 months. It was a nightmare to get injured after I had just got into the team. Hopefully, I am at the back-end of it now. It has been difficult because I haven’t been involved with the first team as much as I would have liked. I have seen new co-owners come in and managers come and go. I have been on the periphery and it has been tough. I need to impress the manager and try to get myself in the team. Ever since I came here, I have always been determined to give it my best shot".
Source: Cherries MAD