Ki seals City switch
Swansea have snapped up Celtic midfielder Ki Sung-yueng for an undisclosed club record fee.
The South Korea international has signed a three-year contract at the Liberty Stadium but will not be available for Saturday's clash with West Ham, as he is still awaiting international clearance and a work permit to play in the Premier League.
Ki told swanseacity.net: "This is something I have dreamt about since I was a child - playing in the Premier League against the best players in the world. I can't wait to play my first game."
He has revealed the Swans' style of play and the presence of Michael Laudrup as manager both played a part in enticing him to make the move south.
The former Celtic star added: "When I look at Swansea I see a club that is growing and growing, and the style here is very attractive to me.
"Last year I watched them a lot in the Premier League and they did things very differently to a lot of the other teams. They wanted to keep the ball and pass it around, which I love to do. When they didn't have the ball they worked so hard to get it back quickly.
"It was very impressive, and I think I can grow as a player here and help the club move forward. The manager is another big attraction. I remember watching him when I was younger and I was amazed by how good he was.
"Now I want to learn from him in order to help me become a better player. I learned a lot at Celtic - it helped me become more of an all-round player."