Swansea City have signed promising Hearts teenager Adam King for an undisclosed fee.
The 18-year-old central midfielder has penned a three-and-a-half year deal at the Liberty Stadium, with King taking in his first training session this morning with the club’s Under-21 set-up.
King has already broken into the first team at Tynecastle this season after graduating through the club’s youth system.
Of his three senior appearances to date for the Scottish Premiership side, the Scotland U19 international has made two starts – his full debut coming in front of over 46,000 at Celtic Park during a 2-0 defeat.
King becomes the second signing within 24 hours at the Liberty, following in the footsteps of striker David Ngog, who joined from Bolton on Monday.