Bangor City have announced the signing of young striker George Harry from National League club Wrexham.
A product of The Racecourse club’s youth set-up, 18-year old Harry made his senior debut for the Dragons as a late substitute in their Boxing Day win over Southport.
Harry was a regular member of the first team squad during the latter half of the 2016/17 National League campaign and made a total of six appearances for Dean Keates’ side, scoring a penalty in a 3-1 loss to Torquay United in March 2017.
Bangor City First Team Manager Kevin Nicholson said:”We’re delighted that George has signed for Bangor City FC. He’s a young player with bags of potential and a great attitude. We’re looking forward to working together and developing his game this coming season.”
Assistant Manager Gary Taylor-Fletcher added: “George has been training with us in recent weeks and scored in the friendly against the Anglesey Select XI. His attitude and his willingness to learn and develop is excellent. Potentially he will be a big threat in front of goal this season. We’re pleased to finally be able to get this deal over the line.”