HARRY Arter has completed a season-long loan move to Fulham.

As reported by the Daily Echo on Sunday, the midfielder completed a medical with the Cottagers over the weekend ahead of the switch.

Personal terms have now finally been agreed allowing Arter to join the Championship side.

As part of the deal, Fulham, managed by Arter's brother-in-law Scott Parker, have an obligation to buy the Sidcup-born star next summer, depending on certain performance-based criteria.

This is believed to include whether or not the west London side seal promotion.

Arter, 29, joined Cherries from Woking for just £4,000 in 2010 and has made 255 appearances for the club, netting 29 goals.

He spent the entirety of the 2018-19 campaign on loan at Cardiff City, but returned to feature in pre-season for Cherries during matches against AFC Wimbledon and more recently West Brom on July 26.

Arter was left out of the squad for Cherries' final two friendlies against Lazio and Lyon in the past two days.

Arter told the Fulham website: “I’m delighted to be here.

"Fulham is a fantastic club with a lot of ambition who want to get back to the Premier League. I hope I can help them achieve that this season.”