Cherries continue investment talks

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Bournemouth co-owners Paul Baker and Alastair Saverimutto are continuing talks with potential new investors as they seek to safeguard the club's future.

The Cherries were this week given a final stay of execution after being given 28 days by the High Court to settle an outstanding debt or face being wound up.

A number of parties are believed to be interested in purchasing the club and Saverimutto told the Bournemouth Daily Echo: "It is absolutely necessary that we seek suitable investment to secure this club and take it to the next level. Negotiations are continuing."

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