. . . Swans striker exits Liberty after clinching permanent move
Swansea City striker Jamie Proctor has joined League One club Crawley Town for an undisclosed fee.
The 20-year-old has signed an 18-month contract with Richie Barker’s side, who are currently two points off the top six.
Proctor joined the Swans from Preston in August, and has feature for the club’s Under-21s side along with a month-long loan spell at Shrewsbury.
He passed a medical today and will now link up with former Swan Joe Walsh, and will be available for Saturday’s home fixture with Carlisle United.
Of his move, Proctor said: “I had other options which I had to think about but the manager sold me a very exciting vision of what the club want to achieve and I am delighted to be here.
“Hopefully I can bring a lot of things to the team including goals. It’s been a frustrating few months – I just want to be out there playing regularly and hopefully contributing to a successful Crawley team.”
Everyone at Swansea City wishes Jamie the very best for the future.