- Wrexham AFC have signed right-back Jazzi Barnum-Bobb on a one-year deal.
- Jazzi Joins Wrexham AFC after spells in the EFL at Cardiff City and Newport County.
- The necessary paperwork has been completed and submitted.
Wrexham AFC are delighted to announce the signing of right-back Jazzi Barnum-Bobb on a one-year deal.
Jazzi has been training at the club since the start of pre-season and has impressed in a number of friendlies over the past few weeks, featuring against Cefn Druids, Fleetwood Town and AFC Telford United.
Manager Bryan Hughes offered Jazzi a contract last week, however a hold up with the paperwork had delayed the completion of the signing, however Wrexham AFC can confirm that the deal is now complete.
The Enfield-born full-back, who is a product of Watford’s academy has played the majority of his career in the EFL at fellow Welsh sides Cardiff City and Newport County, with a loan spell at Torquay United between clubs.
The 23-year-old left the Exiles in February 2018 for personal reasons and took up playing for National League South side Chelmsford City during March 2018 to keep up his fitness levels.
Jazzi, who will take the number 2 shirt for the 2019-20 season, commented on signing his deal by saying: “ I’m delighted to get the move sorted after there being a hold up with the paperwork during the past few weeks.
“I’ve enjoyed my time training here at Wrexham and the aim was to get a contract at the end of it, so I am really happy to officially sign here and can’t wait to get started."
Talking about his trial period at the club, he said: “When the chance came along to train at Wrexham, with it being a massive club in the league and after doing so well last season, it was a no brainer to see if I could come and impress.
“The manager has put his faith in me and given me a deal, I’ve enjoyed working with Bryan and I can’t wait to get started with the style he wants us to play in. I like to bring energy, in terms of both attacking and defending, I hope to bring some more assists and score a few goals too, we’ll see.”