Bournemouth star Harry Arter signs new four-year deal

  • Harry Arter has committed his future to Bournemouth until the summer of 2021
  • The Republic of Ireland star has already spent seven seasons with the Cherries
  • Arter first joined the south coast club from non-League side Woking in 2010

Reuters Reporter

Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter has signed a new four-year deal to extend his stay at the Premier League club until 2021, the south coast team said on Thursday.

The Republic of Ireland international joined Bournemouth from non-League side Woking FC in 2010 and has since scored 28 goals in 238 matches as the club progressed from the third tier of English football to top flight.

‘Once I heard the club wanted to give me a new deal, it was a pretty easy decision,’ the 27-year-old told the club’s website.

Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter has signed a new four-year deal with the top-flight club

Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter has signed a new four-year deal with the top-flight club

Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter has signed a new four-year deal with the top-flight club

‘The team has been successful over the last few years and you want to be part of somewhere that is continually progressing.

‘I just want to improve all the time and it’s nice to be part of a squad who are all trying to do that, too.’

Manager Eddie Howe said the long-serving midfielder had been integral to the meteoric rise of the club.

Arter has already spent seven seasons with the Cherries after joining from Woking in 2010

Arter has already spent seven seasons with the Cherries after joining from Woking in 2010

Arter has already spent seven seasons with the Cherries after joining from Woking in 2010

‘Harry has been such an important player for us over a long period of time,’ Howe said. 

‘He is a real winner and has been at the heart of most of the good things that have happened on the pitch.’

Bournemouth, who finished ninth in their second Premier League campaign, face Portugal’s Estoril Praia in their first pre-season match on Saturday. 

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