Date:Friday May 25 2007
Swansea City have won the race to sign Trinidad and Tobago International Jason Scotland from St Johnston. The Swans have confirmed that he will move to the Liberty Stadium subject to securing a work permit.
There has been much speculation over the final destination of Scotland in the last few weeks with Roberto Martinez trying to secure his services. Swansea have also had competition to sign Scotland from Hibernian.
Swansea City Manager Roberto Martinez On Jason Scotland on the official site:
|"I'm delighted to be able to secure a player of Jason's calibre,''|
"Goalscorers are the most precious commodity in football and I believe we've persuaded a quality striker to join us.
"He is a striker with all-round ability which will enable him to play in a number of roles that give us different options.
"He has a magic touch and can make something happen out of nothing. He's an exciting player who always entertains and attracts the crowds - and players like that are a rare breed.
"I'm not surprised that there has been a lot of interest in him from a number of clubs, especially as he was due to become a free agent in August.
"It's also a bonus that he knows the British football scene having spent four successful years playing in Scotland.''
Date:Friday May 25 2007
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