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Goalkeeper Marko Marosi Set to Depart Shrewsbury Town: Wrexham, Birmingham City, and Rotherham United on Alert



Shrewsbury Town’s goalkeeper, Marko Marosi, is bidding farewell as he prepares to become a free agent, confirmed by the club’s official website. Marosi’s imminent departure has sparked interest from League One clubs, including Wrexham, Birmingham City, Rotherham United, and Huddersfield Town, as reported by the Shropshire Star.


After a stint at Shrewsbury Town spanning three years, Marosi expressed gratitude to the club, acknowledging the support from fans and staff alike. The 30-year-old shot-stopper, who began his career at Wigan Athletic, brings a wealth of experience from his time at Doncaster Rovers and Coventry City.


Marosi’s availability presents an opportunity for clubs eyeing reinforcements in the goalkeeping department. Promoted side Wrexham, alongside Birmingham City and Rotherham United, are among those considering Marosi’s services as they gear up for the upcoming season.


Despite Shrewsbury Town’s loss, Marosi’s departure opens new doors for the seasoned goalkeeper and prospective clubs eager to secure his talents. With the summer transfer window in full swing, the race to sign Marosi promises to add intrigue to the League One landscape.

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