JAMAL Lowe has completed a £1.5million move from Swansea City to Cherries.

The forward has put pen-to-paper on a three-year deal at Vitality Stadium.

Lowe, who can operate as a striker or a winger, was reportedly also of interest to Blackburn Rovers before talks accelerated with Cherries in the past couple of days.

The 27-year-old has been at Swansea for around a year, netting 14 goals in 52 appearances last season as the club reached the Championship play-off final.

He played in both fixtures between the Swans and Cherries last season.

Harrow-born Lowe played for numerous non-league clubs, during loan spells away from his first team Barnet.

He got his big break back into the Football League with Portsmouth in 2016, netting 30 goals in 119 appearances featuring mainly as a winger, before moving to Wigan and then Swansea.

During his time at Pompey, Lowe helped the club to promotion from League Two and also EFL Trophy glory. He was named in the 2018-19 PFA League One team of the year.

Lowe, a former England C player, made his international debut for Jamaica earlier this year, netting against USA.

The £1.5million, which reports suggest could rise to £2m, is the most Cherries have spent on a transfer fee since relegation from the Premier League.

Their last spend above £1m came with the signing of Arnaut Danjuma in August 2019.