DONE DEAL: Wrexham have announce signing of former Marseille and Sunderland prolific star as the anticipate Paul Mullin’s injury comeback

Steven Fletcher has been signed by Wrexham for the remainder of the campaign.

The League Two team has been missing Paul Mullin ever since the talisman missed the first few weeks of the season due to a ruptured lung in preseason.

Mullin’s absence hasn’t quite stopped Wrexham from scoring goals, either; in their first six games, Phil Parkinson’s team has scored a league-high 15. Elliot Lee has indeed stepped up, tallying five goals and one assist so far this season.

Despite Mullin being close to returning, Wrexham, who are infamously supported by Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney from Hollywood, seem to feel that more is needed in the striker department.

They purportedly witnessed a club-record bid of £450,000 on Deadline Day.

The club has now announced the signing of Fletcher till the end of the season while a deal for Armstrong never happened.

The former Scotland international played with James McClean from Wrexham at Sunderland and scored nine goals in 33 games last season for Dundee United.
Fletcher stated on the club website that he hoped to bring a wealth of experience to North Wales. I’m 36 years old, still in good shape, and ready to go.The Club’s ambition was one of its main selling qualities, so if I can support that, terrific.

“I don’t think you can ignore what has been going on at Wrexham; it’s been a wonderful experience for the supporters, players, and owners so maybe we can

Additionally, manager Parkinson expressed his delight at adding the striker, Steve, to the team. Although he missed football during the preseason, he exercised with the guys today, and it’s great to have him on board.

“His pedigree speaks for itself, and he has played at a very high level for the majority of his career. It’s crucial to fit in with the group here that he is a great professional.

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