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CARDIFF CITY, Arter: "I'd love to move here permanently"

28.11.2018 20.17 by Claudio Colla  read 364
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Playing for Cardiff City as a loanee, Irish international deep-lying midfielder Harry Arter (28), talking to Sky Sports UK, ahead of Friday's Premier League home game against Wolverhampton, expressed his will to make his move from Bournemouth permanent: "As I've said to my family already, the dream season would be Cardiff to stay up in Premier, the manager to stay on, and then, hopefully, being signed up on a full basis. Because I've loved every minute of being here". Arter is currently on a deal with Cherries until June 2021.

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