Norwich City have completed the signing of Lewis Grabban from Bournemouth, according to TalkSport.
The striker has signed a three year deal with the Canaries, who are rebuilding with the hope of securing an immediate return to the Premier League after being relegated on the final day of the 2013/14 campaign.
He scored twenty-two goals in forty-four league appearances for the Cherries last season, taking his total for the club to thirty-five in ninety-three games.
The 26 year old began his career at Crystal Palace, moving on to Millwall in January 2008 having had brief loan spells with Oldham Athletic and Motherwell.
A permanent move to Brentford followed in 2011 having had two temporary stints with the club, while he spent the 2011-12 campaign at Rotherham United prior to his move to Dean Court.
Norwich are currently favourites to secure promotion to the top flight next season, and can be backed at a price of 9/4.