Premier League newcomers are closing in on a deal for former Everton centre-back Sylvain Distin, according to Sky Sports.
The defender is a free agent after leaving Goodison Park at the end of last season, after six seasons on the Blue half of Merseyside.
The thirty-seven moved England in July 2001, when he joined Newcastle United on a year-long loan from Paris Saint Germain, while he signed for Manchester City twelve months later.
After five seasons with in Manchester, the Frenchman moved to Portsmouth for three years before eventually signing for Everton in 2009.
In total Distin has racked up four hundred and thirty-eight Premier League appearances, by far and away the most amount by any overseas outfield player in the division’s history.
Bournemouth have been busy in the transfer window since gaining promotion, having already brought in goalkeeper Artur Boruc, forward Joshua King and winger Christian Atsu, who has joined on a season-long loan from Chelsea.