- Curacoa international Kemy Agustien joins Wrexham AFC until the end of the 2018/19 campaign.
- Wrexham AFC have submitted a request for International Clearance and League Approval this afternoon
Wrexham AFC are delighted to announce the signing of Kemy Agustien until the end of the 2018-19 season.
The 32-year old midfielder has been a free agent since departing fellow National League side Barrow AFC and has signed following time spent training with the club.
A Dutch native, Agustien began his career with home-town club Willem II in the Eredivise before switching to AZ Alkmaar in 2006. During his four years with AZ he made his first foray into England spending time with Birmingham City on loan, winning promotion to the Premier League with the Blues.
Agustien also represented the Netherlands at youth level playing for the Under-15’s all the way up to the Dutch Under-23’s.
He left his homeland in 2010 landing in Wales to join Swansea City in 2010 and playing for the Swans in their debut season in the Premier League.
Having had a loan spell with Crystal Palace he moved on to Brighton & Hove Albion for two years before having short spells with the likes of Vendsyssel (Denmark), Hamilton Academical, FC Dordrecht, Global Cebu (Philippines) and SV TEC.
He returned to the British Isles in 2018 with Nuneaton linking up with former Wrexham midfielder Lee Fowler before switching across the Midlands to join Halesowen.
His most recent spell was with Barrow in the National League where signed in November 2018 making ten appearances – including one against Wrexham – scoring twice.
Wrexham AFC have submitted the paperwork required with the intention of Kemy being available for selection as soon as possible.
Manager Bryan Hughes commented: “Kemy is a welcome addition to the squad and further strengthens what’s at our disposal.
“He comes here with experience at the highest level and knowledge of the National League having been with Barrow this season.
“Bringing in Kemy is another brick in what we’re trying to build here at Wrexham and we hope he can be a part of what we’re looking to achieve this season”.