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Arter linked with West Ham & Fulham

AFC Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter is reportedly being watched by Premier League sides West Ham and Fulham.

The Daily Star reported ahead of the Cherries FA Cup third round replay with Wigan Athletic that...

'Arter`s impressive displays have drawn interest from Fulham and West Ham.'

Whilst former AFC Bournemouth midfielder and Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp wrote in his Daily Mail column...

Arter the artist

Keep an eye out for Harry Arter of Bournemouth, age 23. Scott Parker's brother-in-law is making a name for himself, scored against Swindon on Saturday and is attracting interest.

Released by Charlton, he's bounced back from the non-League scene and is an old school No 10. He can play.


But Harry Arter is refusing to be distracted by the national exposure and is concentrating on his performances for the Cherries.

Arter told the Daily Echo...

"It is nice to be linked with two really good teams, But I haven`t really focused on that or taken any of it seriously.

"The most important thing is playing well for Bournemouth and trying to get us up into the Championship...'

'...Any good press is always good to read but it is important for me not to get carried away and just try to focus on what I have been doing."


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Writer: DJ Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday January 19 2013

Time: 10:49AM

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Dont go and be a bench warmer for soon to be championship teams. Take note of all the other players that have left with pound sign in there eyes only to come back seasons later a worse of player. DONT GO HARRY!!!
ios2738
Arter wouldn't be able to compete with the gulf of their quality & at Arters age he needs games to develop. He should stay for the promotion sason & the season in the Championship.
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