Bournemouth goalkeeper Adam Federici has signed a two-year contract at Stoke City, after spending three seasons at Bournemouth.
Federici did not feature for the Cherries last season and more often than not sat behind Asmir Begovic and Artur Boruc in the pecking order.
Ex-Stoke keeper Lee Grant moved to Manchester United on Tuesday to serve as a backup option for David de Gea and Sergio Romero, forcing the Potters to search for a new stopper ahead of next season.
Federici will replace the 35-year-old at the bet365 stadium and will be hoping to contend with Jack Butland for a starting shirt in the Championship.
The Australian player had a loan contract at Nottingham Forest cut short last season after needing surgery on an injury picked up on international assignment.
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