Cardiff defends himself from Watford and Fulham to secure Harry Arter on a Bournemouth loan for the entire season
- Harry Arter has rejected Watford and Fulham to join Cardiff on a season loan
- It's Cardiff's second day of purchase, after Víctor Camarasa joined Betis
- Arter leaves Bournemouth broke his transfer record to sign Jefferson Lerma
James Ayles for Mailonline
Harry Arter rejected the late movements of Watford and Fulham to join Cardiff in a one-year loan agreement.
The Bournemouth midfielder chose to leave Bournemouth in search of guaranteed football for the first team after his home club broke his signing record to sign for £ 25 million Jefferson Lerma.
The 28-year-old midfielder had interested other rivals in the Premier League, but opted for the newly promoted team.
Harry Arter has chosen to join Cardiff from Bournemouth on a one-season loan agreement
He trained with Bournemouth as normal this morning, before going to Wales this afternoon to complete the move.
Arter has been at the Cherries since 2010, making 255 appearances in eight years.
He is also a full international of the Republic of Ireland, making 13 appearances since his debut in 2015.
Neil Warnock has already brought Alex Smithies, Greg Cunningham, Bobby Reid and Josh Murphy to South Wales this summer, as he seeks to strengthen the team for a survival boost after securing promotion last year.
The international of the Republic of Ireland has increased through the leagues with Bournemouth