Robins make triple swoop

Swindon have announced that they have completed the signings of Grant Hall, Massimo Luongo and Tijane Reis.

Last Updated: 02/07/13 at 18:54   

Grant Hall: One of three in at County Ground

Grant Hall: One of three in at County Ground

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Centre-back Hall, 21, and midfielder Luongo, 20, arrive from Tottenham on season-long loan deals while highly-rated Portuguese winger Reis has penned a two-year deal with a further 12-month option.

Hall joined Spurs from Brighton last summer but is yet to make his first-team debut for the Premier League side, while Luongo is no stranger to the Robins having enjoyed a brief loan spell at the County Ground towards the end of last term.

He enjoyed nine appearances for Town and scored twice, including the opener in the Wiltshire club's play-off semi-final first leg against Brentford.

Reis, meanwhile, predominantly operates down the left flank and will look to add a fresh attacking dimension to Swindon's push for promotion next term.

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