Ryan Allsop was stripped of his first team spot at Bournemouth after being sent off in a match against Leeds United. Now Eddie Howe has admitted that Allsop's first team chances at Bournemouth could be scarce due to the profusion of goalkeepers in the squad.

Speaking to the Bournemouth Daily Echo, Howe said: “We have a really strong team of goalkeepers who will hopefully push each other on to better displays. 

"Lee Camp played the majority of games but Ryan was always pushing him and Darryl Flahavan helped with Ryan’s development. At some stage, I might have to juggle the goalkeeping department to try to get Ryan games because, at his age, he needs to be playing regularly as well. 

"Depending on how things go during pre-season, I would probably look to get Ryan out for his own development. We are looking to move his career forward next season because we feel he has great potential."

Allsop has made 12 appearances for the Cherries last season. The 22-year-old arrived at Bournemouth from Leyton Orient in January 2013.

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