It’s been rumoured for some time now that Steven Caulker would be on his way to Swansea for the new campaign and the Premiership new boys have now confirmed a season long loan deal.

Swansea Chairman Huw Jenkins says on the Welsh club’s website,

‘We are delighted to have agreed terms with Tottenham regarding a deal for Steven.

‘The deal has been very close for the last couple of weeks. I met Daniel Levy at a Premier League meeting in Darlington and spoke at length about Steven.

‘We feel his general size and ability are perfect qualities to add to our team.

‘Steven is a young, upcoming player that is a big talent, and he is looking forward to being part of our squad in the Premier League.’

This looks to be a positive move in the player’s education and it will be interesting for Spurs fans to see how he develops next season.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. A good move but lets just hope we don’t get the same situation as last season when we loaned out Kyle Walker,only to then lose both experienced right backs and have to play people out of position (while Walker was starring every week at Villa).

    With any luck he’ll have a great season and be ready for our team in 2012/13 season.

  2. The blame for that lies with your manager fella as with caulker there are recall clauses in the contracts bur harry did not feel the need to call them back

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