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Bournemouth have completed the signing of Rotherham's Lewis Grabban after the striker passed a medical and agreed terms with the club.
Rotherham striker Lewis Grabban has agreed to join League One's Bournemouth subject to passing a medical.
Sky Sports understands that Bournemouth have won the race to sign Rotherham striker Lewis Grabban.
Lewis Grabban could yet leave Rotherham after manager Steve Evans revealed two more League One clubs had shown interest in the striker.
Rotherham striker Lewis Grabban has turned down a move to Crawley and will remain at the Yorkshire club for at least another year.
Sky Sports understands that Crawley Town have agreed a deal with Rotherham United for Lewis Grabban.
Lewis Grabban is remaining focused on his Rotherham career until he is told differently.
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