Cardiff City have made a second transfer deadline day signing, bringing Republic of Ireland international Harry Arter to South Wales.
The former Charlton Athletic midfield player has signed on a season-long loan, although he is not eligible to play for Cardiff in this Saturday’s match against parent club AFC Bournemouth in Dorset.
Arter’s debut could come in the Bluebirds’ opening Premier League home match, against Newcastle United on Saturday week.
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The arrival of Arter follows manager Neil Warnock’s swoops to sign Spanish midfield player Victory Camarasa from Real Betis earlier today.
Warnock is delighted to add two high quality players to his midfield unit, taking the number of new signings to six.
Arter, 28, helped the Cherries rise from League One to the Premier League and has made 69 appearances in the top-flight over the last three seasons.
He began his career at Charlton Athletic and spent time at Staines Town, Welling United and Woking before joining Bournemouth in 2010.
He has earned 13 caps for the Republic of Ireland, having made his debut for the national team in June 2015.