Nathan Dyer pens new Swansea City contract
3rd August 2016
Winger Nathan Dyer has pledged his future to Swansea City by signing a new four-year contract.
Dyer has penned a new deal which sees him commit to the club until June 2020, which takes his service to the club beyond a decade.
The 28-year-old, who had one year left on his previous contract, is back at the Swans following a loan spell with Leicester City which saw him pick up a Premier League winners medal.
He becomes the second Swans player to sign a new contract in as many days, with Gylfi Sigurdsson penning a four-year deal while Modou Barrow, Stephen Kingsley, Jay Fulton and Adam King have all committed to the club this summer.
Dyer first joined the Swans on a loan deal from Southampton in January 2009 before making the move permanent five months later.
He has scored 31 goals in 271 appearances for the Swans, which has included promotion to the Premier League, a man-of-the-match display in the League Cup final win over Bradford and playing in the Europa League.
He began his career with Southampton, making 66 appearances for the club while he also spent time on loan at Burnley and Sheffield United.
Full reaction to follow.
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