CHERRIES have reportedly made Bristol City striker Bobby Reid one of the their main transfer targets.

The Sun claims the 25-year-old Bristolian will be top of Eddie Howe's attacking wishlist in the summer.

Reid has enjoyed an excellent breakthrough season at Ashton Gate, having netted 21 times in 51 appearances.

He has flourished up front since being converted from midfield to attack by head coach Lee Johnson.

Reid has a year left on his contract with the club and is in the race to win the Championship golden boot, currently one behind Cherries' Lewis Grabban, who is on loan to Aston Villa, and Derby's Matej Vydra.

The Bristol Post suggest Reid is keen to play in the Premier League and is currently undecided on his future. They say talks will take place following the conclusion of the season.

Johnson is hoping to keep his leading forward having lost top scorers Tammy Abraham and Jonathan Kodjia in the past two summers.

The Scottish Sun, meanwhile, has linked Cherries with a move for £20million-rated Celtic defender Kieran Tierney.

Born on the Isle of Man, Tierney joined Celtic when he was seven and is under contract to the club until 2023.

The 20-year-old, capped nine times by Scotland, is also said to be a target for Cherries' Premier League rivals Manchester United and Tottenham.