Ireland international Harry Arter signs new deal at Bournemouth

Ireland international Harry Arter signs new deal at Bournemouth

Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter has signed a new three-year deal which sees him extend his time at the Vitality Stadium until 2019.

Arter joined the Cherries in June 2010 and made 21 appearances for the club in their first season in the Barclays Premier League after missing the start of the campaign due to injury.

Speaking to the official website, Bournemouth chief executive Neill Blake said: "We're delighted to secure Harry's long-term future at the club.

"Harry has been on every step of the journey and he has been an important figure in our rise through the leagues.

"He has made over 200 appearances for the club and has also become an international footballer, so we're really pleased to give Harry this new deal."

Arter had hoped to play a part in Ireland's Euro 2016 campaign, but missed out after picking up an injury during a training camp in Cork.

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