Sam Wedgbury: Wrexham sign released Forest Green Rovers midfielder

Sam Wedgbury
Sam Wedgbury spent three seasons with Forest Green Rovers

Wrexham have signed Sam Wedgbury following the midfielder's release by Forest Green Rovers.

Wedgbury, 28, came on as a substitute in Forest Green's 3-1 win over Tranmere in the National League promotion final.

He started his career at Worcester City and has also played for Macclesfield Town, Stevenage and Sheffield United.

"He's a fit lad, goes box to box, sits in there to break things up and he's a good size," Wrexham manager Dean Keates said.

Wedgbury is Wrexham's fifth summer signing, with James Hurst, Shaun Pearson, James Jennings and Chris Holroyd having already joined.

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