Wrexham set to offer two of their best players after  signing from Premier League side

Wrexham set to offer two of their best players after  signing from Premier League side

Only a few days after adding two Premier League players to the team this summer, Wrexham is hoping to recruit a pair from Millwall.

Under manager Phil Parkinson, the Welsh team has made significant progress in recent years, winning two straight promotions and making it to League One for the first time in 19 years.

Owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney signed goalkeeper Arthur Okonkwo, who was on loan from Arsenal last season, and defender Lewis Brunt from Leicester City after letting go of a number of players.

Additionally, Wes Harding and Tom Bradshaw of Millwall are wanted by Wrexham in order to enhance their squad even more, according to the South London Press.

Harding, a Jamaican defender, played 24 games for Millwall last season, as the London club finished 13th in the Championship.

Harding, who joined the team from Rotherham last summer, is allegedly thinking of moving to League One to get more consistent playing time.

Three times, the 27-year-old has represented his country, once at the 2024 Copa America, where Jamaica was eliminated in the group stage.

With his contract expiring the next year, forward Bradshaw, who made 36 appearances for Millwall last season, might be a wise inexpensive addition for Wrexham.

Additionally, the Welsh international appears ready to be sold by the Lions this summer for a profit, even though he made enough appearances in 2023–2024 to activate a contract extension clause.

The Welshman moved permanently to Millwall the following season after first joining on loan from Barnsley in 2018.

In 2022–2023, he had a breakthrough season with 16 goals and 4 assists.

Unfortunately, though, Bradshaw only managed four goals and three assists in the previous campaign, so some may decide that a move to League One would be desirable.

Despite making eight appearances for his nation internationally, the center forward is still without a goal.

Before leaving for the United States for a preseason tour that will see them play Premier League teams Chelsea and Bournemouth, Wrexham hopes to finalize any possible agreements for the two players this month.

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