Wrexham have signed youngster Ntumba Massanka on loan from Premier League Burnley for the remained of the season. 

Massanka was born in Tottenham and moved to Manchester aged four as his parents re-located with their work as pastors.

He was signed by Manchester United after being scouted, and spent six years with the club before a short stint with rivals Manchester City.

Massanka joined Burnley in the summer of 2013, before signing a professional contract with the club in April 2015.

Having started the 2015/16 season with 16 goals from fourteen starts for the under-21 team, Massanka signed a new contract with Burnley in December 2015.

He joined then-League Two club York City on loan for the rest of 2015/16 in January 2016, making his debut four days later as a substitute against Newport County.

Having made only three appearances for York, Massanka was recalled by Burnley in March 2016.

In August 2016, he joined League Two Morecambe on loan until early January.

Last week, he returned to Burnley with all eleven of his appearances for the Shrimps coming from the bench. 
Source: www.footballconference.co.uk

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