Bournemouth goalkeeper Mark Travers has put pen-to-paper on a long term deal with the club, according to the Express.
The twenty-year-old broke into the Cherries first team last term, and turned in a man-of-the-match performance in his debut for the club – a 1-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur.
That appearance saw him become the first teenager to start in goal in a Premier League match since Joe Hart over ten years ago, and he is set to make many more after committing his future to the club.
Prior to his Premier League bow, the shot-stopper spent a season on loan with non-league Weymouth, and gained headlines by scoring on his debut.
Internationally he has represented the Republic of Ireland at every level from U15s to U21s, while he received his first senior call up in March.
Eddie Howe’s side begin their fifth campaign in the top flight with the visit of newly promoted Sheffield United.
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