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Bournemouth midfielder agrees new three year deal

Junior Stanislas has signed a new 3-year deal with Bournemouth.

That is according to The BBC who report that the 28-year old has agreed the new deal, despite the fact that he has not played for the club since March because of a knee injury.

A former West Ham academy graduate, Stanislas made 42 appearances and scored 5 goals for his boyhood club before moving to Burnley in the summer of 2011, where he was managed at one stage by Eddie Howe.

He was offered a new deal at Turf Moor when his contract came to an end but, chose, instead, to move to Bournemouth and the chance to be reunited with Howe, who had taken over as manager again at the Vitality Stadium.

He was part of the squad that helped secure promotion to the Premier League three years ago, and has made 86 appearances in four seasons with the club, although injuries have blighted his time on the South Coast.

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