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Swansea signs goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski after Arsenal deal expires

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SWANSEA, Wales - Poland goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski is moving from Arsenal to Swansea after his contract expired at the north London club.

The 29-year-old Poland international has signed a four-year deal to stay in the Premier League and become Swansea's first summer signing.

Fabianski's seven years at Arsenal ended by playing in the FA Cup final win over Hull earlier this month, having only managed to displace Wojciech Szczesny for cup games.

Swansea is not guaranteeing Fabianski can expect more regular football in south Wales, saying he now provides "strong competition" to become first-choice goalkeeper, which is currently Netherlands international Michel Vorm.

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