Fulton makes Swans switch

31st January 2014

Swansea City have continued their recruitment of promising young talent after completing the signing of Falkirk midfielder Jay Fulton.
The 19-year-old has penned a two-and-a-half year deal at the Liberty, and joins for an undisclosed fee.
Fulton is the son of former Hearts and Falkirk winger Steve, and becomes the fourth arrival during the January transfer window - joining David Ngog, Adam King and Raheem Hanley.
The Scotland Under-19 international, who was born in Bolton, has already made over 100 appearances for Gary Holt's side, who currently top the Scottish Championship.
Fulton, who has helped Falkirk reach two semi-finals in the last two seasons, has scored three goals in 35 appearances this season for the Bairns.
A hugely promising talent, he will now join up with Kristian O'Leary's Under-21s set up.