The Sweden international has secured a move back to the Premier League from Norwich City, penning a two-and-a-half-year deal with the Swans
Swansea City have completed the signing of Martin Olsson on a two-and-a-half-year contract from Norwich City.
The 28-year-old has moved to the Liberty Stadium for a reported £4 million fee.
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The deal includes the option of a third year for the Sweden international, should both sides want to commit to an extension further down the line.
A switch to South Wales offers Olsson a welcome return to a Premier League stage, having suffered relegation out of the top-flight with Norwich last season.
Olsson has spent much of his career to date at the highest level in English football, having made the breakthrough at Blackburn Rovers in 2007.
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— Swansea City AFC (@SwansOfficial) January 17, 2017
He moved on to Norwich after six seasons at Ewood Park, taking in two relegations and a promotion during his time at Carrow Road.
Olsson is Paul Clement’s second signing of the January transfer window, with one deal already wrapped up for PSV winger Luciano Narsingh.
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He will add to Swansea’s options at left-back, with cover needed as Neil Taylor works his way back from a fractured cheekbone.
Olsson will be hoping to avoid suffering a fourth slip out of the Premier League with the Swans – having also been relegated with Blackburn – but knows there is work to be done with the club propping up the division, albeit one point from safety