Swansea City have signed goalkeeper Andy Fisher from Milton Keynes Dons.
The 23-year-old goalkeeper moves for an undisclosed fee, and has signed a four and a half year contract with the South Wales side, taking him through to the end of the 2025-26 season.
Fisher is reunited with his former boss Russell Martin, who signed him to MK Dons in January 2020 and made him first choice last season.
MK Dons previously confirmed that the club had accepted a bid from Swansea yesterday (10/01), following weeks of speculation linking Fisher as one of multiple players with a move to the Championship club and a working reunion with former MK Dons boss Martin.
Fisher joined MK Dons in January 2020 from Blackburn Rovers, initially on loan before making a permanent move to the club later that year. After initially signing as back-up to Lee Nicholls, he was made first choice by Martin last season and remained first choice under Liam Manning in the current campaign.
In all, Fisher made 64 appearances for the Dons.
MK Dons have seen two goalkeepers leave the club in the January 2022 window, after it was confirmed last week that third choice keeper Laurie Walker was to join Stevenage, under the tutelage of another former MK Dons boss in Paul Tisdale.
Franco Ravizzoli is on the Dons’ books as their remaining senior keeper, and is expected to make his full EFL debut against AFC Wimbledon later today (11/01).
Swansea City have also confirmed that following Fisher’s arrival, 23-year-old goalkeeper Steven Benda has been allowed to join the Swans’ fellow Championship side Peterborough United on a season long loan.