WREXHAM AFC has confirmed their sixth signing of the summer which sees Jacob Mendy join on a three-year deal.
The 25-year-old – who can operate in a number of positions – joins from Boreham Wood for an undisclosed fee, and is the Red Dragons’ sixth signing of the summer transfer window.
Mendy spent time with the Atletico Madrid academy as a youngster before moving to the UK, and has since had spells in non-league football with Carshalton Athletic and Wealdstone.
He spent last season at Boreham Wood, helping Luke Garrard’s side to a ninth-placed finish in the Vanarama National League, and a memorable run in the Emirates FA Cup.
Speaking upon his arrival at Wrexham, Mendy said: “I’m feeling really good. I’m glad to get it over the line and just can’t wait to start now.
“It means a lot, because Wrexham are a very big Club with a very big fanbase. There are good people here and I can’t wait to meet everyone.”
Wrexham AFC manager, Phil Parkinson, added: “We’re really pleased with the signing of Jacob.
We’ve had to work hard to get the deal over the line, but Jacob brings some fantastic attributes into the team.
“He’s a player who’s really hungry to be successful and we all look forward to working with him.”
All at Wrexham AFC would like to extend a warm welcome to Jacob and his family.