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Lamah seals Swansea loan

Swansea City have announced the signing of Belgium international Roland Lamah on an 18-month loan deal from Osasuna.

Roland Lamah is a Belgium international
Lamah is a Belgium international who operates on the wing

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On Monday it was reported that Lamah, 25, was given permission by Osasuna to travel to Wales and hold talks with the Premier League club.

The Swans have now confirmed a deal has been agreed, subject to Premier League clearance, and that they have an option to make the move permanent at any time during the loan spell.

"This is a great opportunity for me and I’m happy to be here,” Lamah, who plays as a winger, told the club's official website.

"I know a few of the players here, and I already know that Swansea is a family club that will suit my style of play.

"To play in the Premier League is a dream, and also to play under Michael Laudrup is fantastic for me.

"I am looking forward to starting training and meeting the squad, and then I want to show everyone what I can do."

Lamah is ineligible for Wednesday’s FA Cup third-round replay at Arsenal as he was not registered in time for the original tie.

"We’ve been watching him for a while," Swans chairman Huw Jenkins said. "Michael (Laudrup) has been looking to strengthen the wide positions to create more competition and we are delighted everything has been agreed.

"He is a player with slightly different attributes to what we already have. Hopefully he will settle in quickly and perform to his best."

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