Harry Arter has ended his decade-long stay with Bournemouth by joining Championship side Nottingham Forest. 

The 30-year-old follows in the footsteps of fellow Republic of Ireland team-mate Cyrus Christie who moved to the City Ground last week. 

The midfielder spent the last two seasons on loan at Cardiff City and Fulham, who he helped achieve promotion to the Premier League, and now joins Forest on a permanent deal. 

Part of the Bournemouth side which rose from League One to the Premier League, he racked up over 250 appearances for the Cherries, a mainstay in two promotion-winning sides after making his debut in 2010.

Arter fell out of international favour under Mick McCarthy, but featured under Stephen Kenny in the Nations Cup defeat to Finland, his first outing in green since March 2019. 

The midfielder has won 17 caps since being handed his debut against Poland five years ago by Martin O'Neill.