Bournemouth have signed Danish midfielder Philip Billing from Huddersfield Town on a long-term contract, the Premier League club said on Monday.
Bournemouth did not reveal details of the transfer fee but British media reported the south-coast club had paid 15 million pounds ($18.33 million) for the 23-year-old who signed a five-year contract.
Billing, who made 27 league appearances last season when Huddersfield were relegated to the Championship, was voted the players' player of the year and players' young player of the year in the club's annual awards.
"I'm delighted to become an AFC Bournemouth player," Billing said in a statement https://www.afcb.co.uk/news/first-team/billing-completes-cherries-move. "As soon as I heard of the club's interest, there was never any doubt in my mind.
"It was an easy decision to make to come into a squad which is full of talented, international players and working with a manager of Eddie Howe's quality."