DANIEL Jebbison has completed a move to Cherries, following his summer exit from Sheffield United.

The 20-year-old has signed a four-year deal with the club, Cherries understood to be paying the Blades a £1.5million training compensation fee, to avoid any potential tribunal.

Born in Ontario, Canada, Jebbison moved to England in 2017, joining Sheffield United the following year.

After some time in their academy, Jebbison broke into the first team set-up and made 35 appearances in total, scoring three goals.

The striker’s first goal for the Blades came against Everton in May 2021, becoming the youngest player in Premier League history to score on his first start.

Jebbison has also had time out on loan at Chorley and Burton Albion.

The Daily Echo understands Cherries fought off competition for Jebbison’s signature, but he is seen more as a player for the future and is likely to head out on loan this summer.

Discussing the signing, Cherries chief executive Neill Blake said: "We're very pleased to have Daniel sign a long-term deal with us.

“He has many promising attributes, and has already provided some memorable moments in his young career so far.

"We look forward to overseeing Daniel continue his development, in an environment which will provide every opportunity to help him fulfil that exciting potential."

England youth international Jebbison featured at the Under-20 World Cup last year.