Wrexham AFC, a football club based in North Wales, has signed Premier League striker Paul Mullin from Cambridge United. The 26-year-old forward joins Wrexham on loan until the end of the season.
Mullin began his professional career at Huddersfield Town before moving to Morecambe in 2018. He enjoyed a successful spell at Morecambe, scoring 23 goals in the 2019-2020 season and helping the team secure promotion to League One.
In September 2020, Mullin joined Cambridge United, where he continued to impress with his goal-scoring abilities. He has scored 17 goals in 28 appearances for the club this season, making him one of the top scorers in League Two.
Wrexham, who are currently competing in the National League, have been ambitious in their pursuit of promotion to the Football League. The club is owned by Hollywood actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, who took over in November 2020.
The signing of Mullin is seen as a statement of intent by Wrexham, as they aim to strengthen their squad and push for promotion. Mullin’s arrival provides a much-needed boost to the team’s attacking options and adds valuable experience to the side.
Wrexham manager Dean Keates expressed his excitement about the signing, highlighting Mullin’s goal-scoring record and his ability to make an impact on the pitch. Keates believes that Mullin’s presence will enhance the team’s chances of success.
Mullin is eager to contribute to Wrexham’s promotion push and is looking forward to playing for the club. He expressed his gratitude to Cambridge United for allowing him to join Wrexham on loan and is excited about the challenge ahead.
Wrexham currently sits in 14th place in the National League table, but with games in hand, they have a realistic chance of climbing up the standings. The addition of Mullin’s goal-scoring prowess will undoubtedly strengthen their bid for promotion.
The loan deal is subject to approval from the relevant football authorities, and Mullin could make his debut for Wrexham in the coming weeks. The club’s fans are eagerly anticipating his arrival and are hopeful that he can make an immediate impact on the pitch.