Andy King moves to Swansea on loan from Leicester
Last Updated: 31/01/18 11:37pm
Andy King has completed a loan move to Swansea from Leicester until the end of the season.
The Wales international, limited to 11 Premier League appearances this season, has only made two league starts since Claude Puel replaced Craig Shakepeare as manager at the end of October and has been allowed to move to improve his chances first-team football.
Swansea boss Carlos Carvalhal will hope King, who has been at the Foxes for a decade, can add goals to Swansea's bid to fight off relegation from the Premier League.
King, part of Leicester's Premier League winning squad during the 2015/16 season, will have to wait for his Swansea debut as the midfielder will be ineligible for the Premier League encounter against his parent club on Saturday.
He will also be cup-tied for Swansea after he played in the FA Cup third round fixture against Fleetwood on January 6.