Coventry City defender Cian Harries has signed for Swansea City.
The Solihull born youngster, known for his cultured left foot, has been deemed surplus to requirements by Mark Robins and has signed a three year deal with the Premier League club.
As Harries was still under contract with the Sky Blues, Swansea City will have to pay for the services of the Wales U20 international with City's owners claiming that the fee is undisclosed.
Harries who will go into Swansea's Development squad, told Swansea's club website: “I am delighted to be here.
“It is a little hard to leave Coventry, but I am really looking forward to getting going at Swansea.
“I have had a look round the training ground. It’s unreal – I am a little bit blown away by it. I don’t think there could be a better environment for me to develop in.
“My aim in the long term is to play in the Premier League. If I am lucky enough and good enough for the manager to trust me at some stage in the future, that would be a dream come true.
“But I am going into the development squad and that’s good. I feel it will give me a chance to work on the areas where I need to improve.”
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