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Arter linked with Premier League move

AFC Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter has been linked with Premier League clubs Norwich and Swansea.

The transfer speculation comes from Sky Sports, who have reported that...

Swansea and Norwich are both thought to have had Arter watched in action this season as they weigh up a move for the cultured playmaker this summer.

Arter enjoyed somewhat of a breakthrough season at Dean Court during the Cherries promotion winning campaign, cementing his position at the heart of the Cherries midfield, scoring eight goals on route to helping the side to automatic promotion to the Championship.

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Writer: DJ Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday May 20 2013

Time: 8:16AM

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Let him prove himself in the Championship first ;)
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20/05/2013 13:28:00

He also needs fewer red cards to be called 'cultured'.
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20/05/2013 13:53:00

Cant see him getting in either side, he has the potential to be a good championship player at the moment.
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20/05/2013 14:09:00

...5 million gets him then Mr Houghton or Mr Laudrup...
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20/05/2013 15:56:00

he's only had one red card hasn't he? loads of yellows admittedly though
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20/05/2013 18:30:00

^ One too many and a two game ban. Not cultured. Bags of potential though and time to spend a season or two with us in the Championship
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21/05/2013 12:38:00


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