Tottenham have completed the deadline day signing of Swansea defender Joe Rodon in a deal worth up to £15m.
The Wales international, who will wear the No.14 shirt at Spurs, has put pen-to-paper on a five-year deal at the Premier League side.
Spurs had been chasing Swansea academy graduate Rodon for some time and a last minute deal has been reached to beat the domestic transfer window deadline.
The Championship side are signing Wolves defender Ryan Bennett to replace the 22-year-old.
While the Premier League outfit won’t receive a fee upfront for Bennett, the deal does include future add-ons.
Swans boss Steve Cooper has been very busy on transfer deadline day, having already completed the permanent signing of Manchester City defender Joel Latibeaudiere and a season-long loan deal for Bristol City midfielder Kasey Palmer.
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QPR defender Ryan Manning is also expected to finalise a move to the south Wales outfit later tonight.
talkSPORT understands Rangers were left bemused at Manning’s decision to join a Championship rival.
The Republic of Ireland international – who recently changed his agent – had rejected several contract offers from the club, with his current deal set to expire at the end of the season.
Manning – who also operates as a midfielder – was hoping to secure a move to the Premier League but there was little prospect of that ever happening despite various reports in the media indicating so.