Transfer Deadine Day: How it happened

31st January 2014

The transfer window is now closed, and it was a fairly quiet day at the Liberty with a only a few comings and goings.
Here's how the day's events unfolded for the Swans.

Swans Chairman Huw Jenkins said: "If you look at our first team squad, it was always Michael Laudrup's decision to keep a small, close-knit squad. It's been well documented how many injuries we've had in the last six to eight weeks, but now they're all coming back to fitness. So the majority of signings we've made are for our youth team, our under-21 squad."


10pm: Middlesbrough winger Marvin Emnes is set to join the Swans on loan for a second time, subject to Premier League and international clearance.

4pm: Promising midfielder Jay Fulton secures his move for an undisclosed fee from Scottish Championship leaders Falkirk.

11:30am:Rory Donnelly has joined League One club Coventry City until the end of the season.

11:30am:Daniel Alfei has extended his loan spell at Portsmouth for the remainder of the campaign. He originally joined on a month's loan earlier this month.


Jan 30: Swans midfielder Lee Lucas joins League Two side Cheltenham Town on a one-month loan deal.

Jan 30: Young left-back Raheem Hanley heads to the Liberty following his release from Blackburn.

Jan 28:Jernade Meade returns to his hometown club Luton Town as the young Swans left-back agrees a loan switch for the rest of the campaign.

Jan 28: Hearts midfielder Adam King, 18, is now a Swan after agreeing a three-and-a-half year deal for an undisclosed fee.

Jan 27: The first signing of the January transfer window sees former Liverpool striker David Ngog join the Swans from Bolton for an undisclosed fee.

Jan 3:Alan Tate completes a loan move to Scottish Premiership side Aberdeen for the rest of the season.