Bournemouth duo 'in talks over permanent moves to Blackpool'

Harry Cornick of Bournemouth in action during a pre-season friendly against Cardiff City at Vitality Stadium on July 31, 2015
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Bournemouth academy graduates Joe Quigley and Harry Cornick reportedly hold talks with Blackpool regarding permanent deals.

Bournemouth academy graduates Joe Quigley and Harry Cornick have reportedly spoken to Blackpool regarding permanent moves to the League One club.

Both players have struggled to break into the first team under manager Eddie Howe, and it appears that their time at the Vitality Stadium is coming to an end.

According to the Bournemouth Echo, the pair were given permission over the weekend to discuss terms after a fee was agreed between the Cherries and Blackpool.

Cornick, who featured in the club's pre-season friendly against Valencia last month, has played in the first team once, which was during an FA Cup match in 2015.

Quigley, who received a call-up to the Republic of Ireland Under-21s this year, has had various loan spells, including stints at Woking and Gillingham.

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