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Wrexham are starting to plan for life in League One having accomplished the impressive feat of back-to-back promotions from the National League.

Phil Parkinson has guided Wrexham back into League One for the first time in nearly 20 years.


Wrexham have already announced a number of departures with the likes of Ben Tozer, Luke Young, Aaron Hayden and Jordan Tunnicliffe all leaving.

That leaves Wrexham with plenty of work to do in the summer transfer window.

Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds will be happy to fund new signings for Parkinson, attempting to build a squad to compete in the third tier.

There aren’t many known targets out there right now, outside of loan goalkeeper Arthur Okonkwo with both Humphrey Ker and Parkinson himself confirming the interest in a permanent move.

Three new names emerged on Friday though with reports indicating that Wrexham are already trying to sign the trio of Tom Pearce, Stephen Humphrys and Josh Magennis.

All three players have been released by Wigan Athletic and can be signed for free this summer.


Pearce would provide competition at left wing back and Humphrys was actually linked with Wrexham in January.

Magennis is an interesting one though, given that he has already played under Wrexham boss Parkinson.

The Northern Ireland international joined Parkinson’s Bolton back in 2018 after 20 goals in 81 games at League One level.

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