Swansea have finally completed the signing of midfielder Kemy Agustien on a two-year deal.
The Dutchman, 24, impressed boss Brendan Rodgers on the club's pre-season tour of Holland over the summer and was all set to sign until his trial was cut short by a knee ligament injury sustained in the final friendly against ADO Den Haag.
Agustien has been in south Wales for the past month completing his rehabilitation and, after proving his fitness via a strict medical with City staff, has now put pen to paper.
He arrives at the Liberty Stadium as a free agent having left AZ Alkmaar at the end of last season and has experience of the Championship under his belt from a season-long long spell with Birmingham when they won promotion to the Premier League in 2008/09.
Agustien will now work on his match fitness and is hoping to be involved in next Saturday`s Championship clash at Reading.
He told City's official website: "It's nice to finally get everything agreed. I'm so excited about it. Swansea made a big impression on me out in Holland and I had a great week with the lads."
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