AFC Bournemouth forward Harry Cornick has completed a move to become League Two side Luton Town’s ninth signing of the summer.
The 22-year-old passed a medical with the Hatters earlier today before finalising a two year contract, with the option to extend it for a further year.
Premier League side Bournemouth will receive an undisclosed fee from Luton for Cornick, who will wear the number 14 shirt but is unavailable to make his debut in tonight’s EFL Cup tie against Ipswich Town.
Hatters boss Nathan Jones told the club’s official website: “I’ve been an admirer of Harry’s for many years now. We tried to get him last year but it wasn’t possible, so when we knew he was available this time, we went straight into him.
“Fair play to the board, they’ve backed me once again on another signing which will provide extra competition in the attacking area.
“He’s different to what we’ve got. He can play wide, but we see him as a real quick front man who is a good age. He’s at that tip of being potential, but he’s not a young one.
“He’s brave, and he’s shown that with the loans he’s gone on. He is committed to playing football games. He’s not prepared just to stay in the comfort zone at Bournemouth.
“He had a number of offers, but chose to come here so we are delighted and are looking forward to working with him.”