Norwich City have agreed to sell striker Lewis Grabban to Bournemouth, six months after they refused permission for him to do so in the summer.
Grabban did not handle the transfer being rejected in the summer well, criticised by manager Alex Neil for his actions, and struggled to regain the manager's trust.
Joining Bournemouth was a no-brainer for the striker, who played 86 games for them, netting 35 times, before leaving to Norwich in 2014.
Bournemouth had managed to sign striker Benik Afobe just 24 hours earlier, a forward Norwich had made substantial attempts to bring in from Wolves in the summer.
Strengthening another newly promoted side is not ideal for Norwich, but this was an offer they could not refuse, and the player was keen to take it.
The 27-year-old has played only six league games this season, three of which were starts, scoring once, and could line up against Alex Neil's side as soon as this weekend when the two teams face off.
Norwich fans were delighted with the deal, here is a look at how they reacted on Twitter...
The best part about #ncfc selling Lewis Grabban to Bournemouth for £8million is that, by comparison, I'm now worth £750k— Paul Harcourt (@paulharcourt) January 11, 2016
This Grabban deal feels a bit like when you offer a player on FM to all clubs at twice his value just to see if anyone actually bites. #NCFC— Jonny Balchin (@JonnyBalchin) January 11, 2016
Grabban for £7-8million. Not sure how McNally has pulled that one off. #ncfc— Jimmy Long (@Jim_Long_03) January 11, 2016
Happy Grabban has gone, no issues with attitude just not good enough IMHO. Hopefully onwards and upwards. #ncfc— RealMustard (@KurtFricker) January 11, 2016