COMPETITION: Win Borja Baston's signed shirt
16th August 2016
Swansea City completed the club-record signing of Spanish striker Borja Baston last week - now you can win his signed shirt in our latest competition.
The 23-year-old eclipsed Wilfried Bony's previous record transfer when he signed from La Liga giants Atletico Madrid last Thursday for a £15.5million fee.
Despite missing last weekend's 1-0 win at Burnley on the opening day of the Premier League season, Borja hopes to make his debut this Saturday at the Liberty when the Swans take on Hull City.
The striker, who will wear squad number ten this season, has kindly donated his personalised Swans shirt - which he has signed - from his photoshoot to give away to one lucky fan.
To enter, all you have to do is fill in your details on the link HERE
Deadline for entries is 9am on Monday, August 22.
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Terms & conditions: only one entry per person will be considered for the prize draw. All entrants for a specific prize draw will be placed into a draw and the winner will be chosen at random by computer. If the selected winner does not meet the eligibility criteria in condition, we will re-draw and select an alternative winner. Swansea City reserves the right to offer an alternative prize of equal or greater value if a prize becomes unavailable for reasons beyond Swansea City's control. All entries become the property of Swansea City. Any personal information you provide to us to enter the competition will only be used for the purposes of administering the competition and marketing, and will not be passed on to any third parties. Swansea City can publish the names and photographs of the winners to publicise the prize-giving presentation after the closing date of the competition.
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