Swansea on Friday completed the signing of Preston striker Jamie Proctor for an undisclosed fee.
The 20-year-old signed a two-year contract at the Liberty Stadium and became the sixth signing of Michael Laudrup's time in charge following the acquisitions of Michu, Chico Flores, Jonathan de Guzman, Itay Shechter and Kyle Bartley.
Swansea City also completed the signing of Bartley on Friday. The 21-year-old made just one senior appearance in five years for Arsenal and joins on a three-year deal.
Swansea is awaiting international clearance for both moves.
If cleared, Bartley could make his Swans debut on Saturday.
"I spoke to Arsene Wenger briefly last week and he said that my game-time would be at a minimum," Bartley told Swansea's website. "For that reason, I wanted to at least go out on loan but when Swansea came in for me it was too good an opportunity to turn down."
Bartley cited Swansea's style of play and new manager Laudrup as the attraction of signing for Swansea.
"I do like to play football and play the game from the back, which is exactly how Swansea want to play, and that was a massive factor for me," he said. "We showed last year that we can compete, we've got another great manager in Michael Laudrup and we're hoping that we can achieve the same things."
Proctor will initially join the club's Under-21 side and is set to feature in their season opener on Monday.
"I'm delighted to join Swansea, he told the club website. "The club has enjoyed a lot of success over the last few years and their style of football has really caught the eye.
"I'm looking forward to being a part of things and trying to impress the new manager enough to force my way into his plans."
Proctor worked his way through the ranks at hometown club Preston, with his impressive academy displays earning him a first professional contract in January 2010.
He suffered a double hernia last season but was still able to make 31 League One appearance for North End, scoring three goals.
With Proctor starting his career in the new Under-21 league, which replaces the old reserve set-up, chairman Huw Jenkins is hopeful the emphasis on developing young talent will reap dividends for Swansea and the player.
"We see it as an important and vital part of the club's long-term future," Jenkins said. "Our aim is to establish a promising group of youngsters under the Under-21 banner who can develop and progress into Michael Laudrup's first-team plans.
"It's important to think about the present, but it's even more important to think about the future.''
Swansea is also closing in on a seventh summer signing with Valencia's Pablo Hernandez thought to be nearing a move to the Liberty Stadium for a fee of around 4 million pounds ($6.3 million).
Bringing in the Spain international, with Scott Sinclair set to head through the exit door, would be a major coup for the Welsh club.
Information from Press Association was used in this report.