Borussia Dortmund winger Jacob Bruun has turned down the chance to join Bournemouth.
The Cherries are on the hunt for reinforcements this month, with a disappointing campaign so far leaving them 18th in the table.
Fixing their goalscoring problems is a chief concern for manager Eddie Howe, who has watched his Bournemouth side score just 23 goals in the league to date.
According to Bild, they were keen to add Dortmund winger Larsen to their squad with that in mind but face a swift rejection from the 21-year-old.
The newspaper reports that the Dane can leave the German side this month, having fallen down the pecking order under Lucien Favre.
Bournemouth wanted to bring him to the Premier League and were even willing to pay his transfer fee, around €15m, to make it happen.
Unfortunately for them, he turned the move down outright, although his reason for rejecting the potential move to the South Coast isn’t given.
He seemingly wasn’t keen on the move, despite the fact his agent, Marko Benes, has been exploring the market to find a move for weeks.