Things are brewing at Tottenham Hotspur and with their seventh signing of the transfer window Jose Mourinho has been left a very happy man
Rodon, who eventually signed a five-year deal with the club, will initially learn his trade in the Premier League alongside Toby Alderweireld, Eric Dier and Davinson Sanchez, but there is real hope that he will eventually challenge to become a key man along with Japhet Tanganga, who is currently struggling with injuries.
One downside for the Welshman is that he will not be able to play in the Europa League group stage matches as he was signed after last week's registration deadline. That competition would have been an ideal place to get him early game time.
If Spurs progress to the knockout stages a decision will have to be made if Rodon is to be included because, as with Davies, he does not qualify as homegrown due to Swansea's affiliation with the Welsh FA