At last the deals have been announced, Ben Davies was completed and signed a couple of days ago and started training with his new teammates while the other two deals were completed so both clubs could announce new signings.
Swansea wouldn't wanted to have just announced departures so all three deals separate were completed before being announced together.
Ben Davies, who has been the Swansea Young Player of the Year for the past two seasons, has signed a Spurs on s 5-year-contract in preference to going to Liverpool we tried to sign him.
Dutch international goalkeeper Michel Vorm, who went to the World Cup with Holland, has signed a 4-year-contract to become the new number 2 and put pressure on Hugo Lloris for a starting berth. There are plenty of Europa League and domestic Cup games to play so he can look forward to some European nights and some arduous treks abroad no doubt.
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Icelandic midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson goes back to Swansea where he spent a spell on loan before joining Tottenham so its familiar territory for him. He has signed a 4-year-deal with Swansea and Spurs fans will no doubt wish him the best of luck.
The fees are undisclosed but Sigurdsson and Davies were valued the same and we were willing to pay £3.5 million (€4.43m) for Vorm so that's a good piece of business completed and one that helps to slightly reshape the squad from the top heavy midfield we had before.