Zabret confirms Swansea move

Young Slovenian goalkeeper Gregor Zabret has confirmed he is joining Swansea City this summer.

Last Updated: 30/06/13 at 11:55 Post Comment

Gregor Zabret is set to arrive at the Liberty Stadium

Gregor Zabret is set to arrive at the Liberty Stadium

Sky Sports sources on Friday revealed last season's Capital One Cup winners had agreed terms with NK Domzale for the 17-year-old.

And Zabret has now revealed he chose a move to Swansea over their Premier League rivals West Bromwich Albion, as well as Portuguese giants Sporting Lisbon.

"It is true. I am coming to Swansea City," the teenager told Sportal.

"I got some offers this summer, even West Brom and Sporting Lisbon wanted me. But I chose Swansea City some time ago.

"That was a decision that was taken after talking with my family. I believe that my decision is the right one.

"I know I will have to work hard to prove myself but I am ready for that and I believe that I will succeed in Premier League."

Zabret will inevitably be one for the future for Swansea given they already have reliable goalkeepers in Michel Vorm and Gerhard Tremmel.

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