Goals from Victor Moses and Daniel Sturridge were enough to see Liverpool overcome Bournemouth in their FA Cup fourth round tie.
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Norwich have signed Bournemouth striker Lewis Grabban for an undisclosed fee.
Grabban, the Canaries' first new arrival since their relegation from the Barclays Premier League, has signed a three-year deal at Carrow Road with an option for a further year.
Very happy to say that I've signed for Norwich City. I look forward to what the future holds for us. ?
Former England under-21 midfielder Dan Gosling is to join Championship side Bournemouth on a four-year deal, subject to a medical, after being released by Newcastle.
Gosling, 24, has been told by manager Alan Pardew that his contract would not be renewed.
– Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe
He did very well on loan at Blackpool and ended the season in the team at Newcastle. That Premier League experience will be invaluable to us and we are very pleased to have got him.
Midfielder Dan Gosling is expected to part company with Newcastle within the next 24 hours as manager Alan Pardew starts to re-shape his squad.
Press Association Sport understands the 24-year-old, who is out of contract at the end of next month, is close to tying up a move to Sky Bet Championship club Bournemouth.
The Football League is to make Steve Fletcher the first recipient of the newly-named Sir Tom Finney award.
Finney, one of the game's greatest ever names, died last month and his name has now been attached to the award the league gives to recognise an outstanding career.
Forty-year-old Fletcher retired last summer after a 24-year career spent largely with Bournemouth.
The award will be presented at Sunday's Football League awards by Preston manager Simon Grayson. Finney spent his entire playing career with the Lancashire club.
Full-back Adam Smith has made a permanent move to Bournemouth, Spurs have confirmed.
The defender only made two first-team appearances at White Hart Lane, but has also enjoyed loan spells at Millwall, Derby and Leeds.
Bournemouth's manager Eddie Howe was proud of his players despite falling to defeat against Liverpool.
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