KIEFFER Moore is expected to be in Cherries’ matchday squad tomorrow night, despite continued transfer speculation.

A host of Championship clubs, including Sunderland and Cardiff City, have been linked with a move for the striker during this transfer window.

Moore has played backup to Dominic Solanke at Cherries this season and is yet to start a Premier League match under Andoni Iraola.

The Wales international is thought to be open to a move away if the opportunity arises, but Cherries will not sanction such a deal, without having a viable replacement to bring in.

Time is now very much ticking on any potential departure, with the transfer window slamming shut at 11pm on Thursday.

Ahead of that deadline, Cherries face West Ham United in the league, the game scheduled to kick-off at 7.30pm tomorrow at the London Stadium.

And Moore was part of the travelling party who headed to the capital on Wednesday afternoon.

Asked if there was any change in Moore’s transfer situation, Cherries head coach Iraola said on Wednesday lunchtime: “He will travel and he will be in the squad. It is the same situation.”

The 31-year-old joined Cherries on this day two years ago and has made 46 appearances for the club, scoring 10 goals.

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Meanwhile, Gavin Kilkenny is also set to be part of the squad to face West Ham.

The Irishman has featured just once all season, with League One outfit Fleetwood Town understood to be hopeful of sealing a loan move for the midfielder ahead of tomorrow’s deadline.

Asked if he expects the 23-year-old to leave the club this week, Iraola said: “He is with the group and he will travel and be part of the squad.

“But I don’t know what will happen. We will see what happens. I will ask even after the game what has really happened.”