Done deal: Declan John leaves Rangers to join Swansea

Declan John has left Rangers and signed a permanent deal with Swansea City, according to reports.
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The 23-year-old has signed a three-year contract with the English Championship side after an undisclosed fee was agreed.

John only penned a permanent deal at Ibrox last December after impressing during an initial loan move from Cardiff City.

Rangers full-back Declan John. Picture: SNSRangers full-back Declan John. Picture: SNS
Rangers full-back Declan John. Picture: SNS
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However, he slipped down the pecking order with new boss Steven Gerrard bringing in summer recruits Jon Flanagan and Borna Barisic to play at left-back.

Ex-Accies boss Reid, who became Swansea assistant this summer when Graham Potter took over the Liberty Stadium, confirmed John was on the verge of completing a move back to his native Wales earlier today.

He said: “He is here at the moment, he has done his medical, I think he has agreed terms.

“I am not sure where he is fitness wise but we will assess him and he should be part of squad.”