JASON Tindall insists Cherries do not want to lose any more of their players before tomorrow's second transfer deadline, but admitted: "You're never in control of certain situations."

The deadline for domestic deals between English clubs is 5pm tomorrow, when the window slams shut until January.

Cherries have already lost a host of players since relegation from the Premier League including Callum Wilson, Nathan Ake and Aaron Ramsdale, with only loanee Rodrigo Riquelme coming in the other way.

More stars including David Brooks and Joshua King have also been linked with moves away to Premier League clubs ahead of the deadline.

But Tindall is keen to keep hold of the rest of his squad.

He said: "No, we don't (want to lose anyone else). We're a lot of players down from last year, so I think it's important we keep all our best players and that's something we're looking to do.

"You're never in control of certain situations. If a club comes in and offers x amount of money, like Man City did for Nathan Ake, then it puts the club in a situation where you have to look at it.

"But certainly from the club's perspective, we're not looking to sell any of our best players moving forward."