Wrexham AFC are pleased to confirm the signing of attacking midfielder Malik Dijksteel, who will link up with our reserve squad until the end of the season.
The 21-year-old attacking midfielder – brother of Middlesbrough defender Anfernee – has previously played in the youth set-up with Feyenoord and Telstar, before his move to Boro in 2021.
He made a number of appearances in Premier League 2 during his time on Teesside, with Middlesbrough’s Under-23 team, before spending time with Whitby Town during this campaign.
Following a successful trial at the Club, Dijksteel will now link-up with the Wrexham AFC Reserves on a short-term deal.
He said: “I’m delighted to have the opportunity to play a Club of this stature. I want to push on in training, help the squad, and convince the staff of what I’m about.”
Manager Phil Parkinson added: “Malik is a young player who will join up with our reserves squad, so we can take a closer look at him over the remaining games this season.
“It allows us to boost the reverses squad over the coming weeks, and also gives Malik the chance to showcase what he can offer.”