Transfer deadline day at Swansea City

31st January 2017

It proved a busy finish to transfer deadline day at Swansea City.
Six moves were completed before the 11pm window, with five leaving the club on temporary and permanent deals, while head coach Paul Clement added one acquisition to his squad.

8am - The day kicked off with Dutch winger Marvin Emnes returning to Blackburn Rovers for a second spell.
Emnes had already scored three goals in 20 Championship matches for Rovers, and he will look to help the Ewood Park club move out of the relegation zone.

With the Swans hosting Southampton at the Liberty, it proved a busy night on and off the field.
Next up was another loan move, this time for one of the club's under-23 talents.

6pm - Midfielder Tom Holland completed a loan switch to Conference North League side AFC Flyde.
The 19-year-old, who sees his contract expire this summer, is hoping to inspire the league leaders to promotion this season.

While the Swans were heading into half-time leading the Saints, it was time for another piece of transfer news.

8.45pm - Modou Barrow is another to make a temporary move away from SA1 as the Gambian winger joins Leeds United.
Barrow links up with Garry Monk, who signed him at the Swans, along with Kyle Bartley and Matt Grimes at Elland Road.

Just moments after the final whistle blew at the Liberty, there was a new face in the Swans squad.

- Aston Villa forward Jordan Ayew makes his move to the Swans in the club's only incoming of the day.
The move also saw Neil Taylor go in the opposite direction as he heads to Villa Park in an exchange deal, which also included a fee.

There was still time for two more departures, however, as the clocked ticked towards the final hour.

10pm - Youngster Ryan Hedges makes a permanent move to Championship side Barnsley for an undisclosed fee.

10.35pm - The Swans' final business of the day sees another of the club's young talents complete a loan move, with pacey winger Owain Jones linking up with League Two outfit Yeovil Town.

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