England's Jermain Defoe during the press conference Action Images via Reuters / Carl Recine Livepic
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Veteran England striker Jermain Defoe signed for Premier League side Bournemouth on a free transfer on Thursday the club announced on its website.Defoe, who also numbers West Ham, Tottenham (twice) and Portsmouth among his other clubs, had been at Sunderland since 2015 after a spell in Major League Soccer with Toronto FC.Defoe, who spent the 2000/01 season at Bournemouth on loan when they were in the third tier scoring 18 goals in 29 league appearances, also became known last season as one half of a very special duet.He formed a special relationship with terminally ill Sunderland fan Bradley Lowery with Defoe saying it had been the highlight of his season -- adding he would carry on spending as much time with the six-year-old as possible despite the distance between Sunderland and Bournemouth.
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