Wrexham AFC are delighted to announce the permanent signing of defender Luke Bolton from Salford City, for an undisclosed fee.
The winger turned full-back arrives in North Wales on a deal which will keep him at the Club until the end of the 2025/26 season.
He made twenty appearances for Salford City in Sky Bet League Two this season and on signing for Wrexham, he said: “I’m buzzing to be here and how the Club has kicked on League Two to be second in the table is something I want to be a part of.
“Hopefully we can push on and go for the title because it’s not out of the picture that’s for sure and I’m glad to be part of it.”
Bolton, 24, was a product of the Manchester City Academy and spent four years as a professional with the Citizens until departing on a permanent move to Salford City.
While at the Etihad Stadium, he went out on loan to gain his first experience of senior football Wycombe Wanderers. In the 2019/20 campaign, Bolton played alongside Elliot Lee for Luton Town, making 24 appearances for the Hatters, and also spent time on loan with Dundee United – scoring his first professional goal while with them.
Bolton has also represented England at Under-20 level and was part of the Three Lions squad that won the Toulon Tournament.
After departing his boyhood club, he joined Sky Bet League Two side Salford City in the summer of 2021.
On his signing, manager Phil Parkinson added: "Luke’s a really good addition to the squad. He’s going to be a player that adds real pace and dynamism to the team.”