HARRY Arter has completed a deadline day loan move to Cardiff City.

The midfielder will spend the season with Bluebirds until June 30 after completing a medical and paperwork on the deal today.

Arter will not be eligible to play against Cherries in the Premier League, FA Cup and Carabao Cup.

The Daily Echo understands there is no recall clause in the deal and the move is not with a view to a permanent transfer.

Arter joined Cherries from Woking in 2010 for just £4,000.

He played a pivotal role in the club's rise to the Premier League.

The Republic of Ireland international also featured prominently in Eddie Howe's side during their first two seasons in the top flight, however he was restricted to just 13 appearances in the league during the 2017-18 season.

Earlier this week Arter told the Daily Echo he had grafted to try and win back his place in Cherries' starting line-up.

This was before the arrival of club record signing Jefferson Lerma for £25million, who has significantly bolstered boss Howe’s central midfield options.

Cardiff visit Vitality Stadium on the opening weekend of the season to face Cherries this Saturday.