Christian Dibble joins Wrexham and Olly Marx agrees first pro deal
Wrexham defender Olly Marx has agreed his first professional contract while goalkeeper Christian Dibble has signed for the National League club.
Marx, 18, made his first team debut against Barrow in March 2017 having spent a loan spell Sutton Coldfield Town earlier in the season.
Ex-Wales Under-21 keeper Dibble is the son of former Wales, Manchester City and Wrexham custodian Andy Dibble.
Both players have signed one-years deals.
Dibble, 23, started his career at Bury and has had spells at Barnsley, Chelmsford, Boston United and Nuneaton.
"He's someone I've known for a long time, from when he was a young man at Peterborough, with his dad Andy playing there," Wrexham manager Dean Keates said.