CHERRIES have completed the signing of flexible attacker Lys Mousset from French side Le Havre for an undisclosed fee understood in the region of 6.5million euro.

The 20-year-old, who was reportedly on the radar of Arsenal, Spurs, Sunderland, Southampton, Copenhagen and Monaco, has signed a four-year deal at Vitality Stadium.

A product of the revered Le Havre Academy that brought through the likes of Paul Pogba, Dimitri Payet and Lassana Diarra, Mousset scored 14 goals for the Ligue 2 outfit from wide and central attacking positions last season.

Capped eight times at under-20 level by France, he appeared against England in the recent Toulon Tournament final and also attracted interest from Bristol City, Italian club Torino and Spanish top-flight side Sevilla.

Mousset is the third new arrival at Cherries this summer following the permanent signing of midfielder Emerson Hyndman from Fulham and Nathan Ake's season-long loan from Chelsea.