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Wrexham Target to become free agent



Marko Marosi, who has been linked with Wrexham, Birmingham City, and Rotherham United, will officially depart Shrewsbury Town at the end of the month, according to their official website. 

Shrewsbury Town will release the goalkeeper when his contract expires, and he will become a free agent while he considers his next move in football.

According to the Shropshire Star, Marosi, 30, is attracting interest from fellow League One clubs Wrexham, Birmingham City, Rotherham United, and Huddersfield Town.

He told the Shrews’ website: “I want to thank the club for bringing me in and allowing me to be a part of its history.” I’d like to thank the management and everyone of the personnel, not just on the football field but also behind the scenes.

Finally, I’d want to thank the fans for all of their love and support over the previous three years; you guys are great.

Marosi began his career at Wigan Athletic, however he never made a senior appearance for the North West club. He joined Doncaster Rovers in 2014 and went on to play 95 games for their first team across all competitions.

Coventry City then came knocking, and he was a member of the team that earned promotion from League One in his first season under Mark Robins.

The former Slovakia youth international appeared 61 times for the Sky Blues before joining Shrewsbury Town in 2021.

Marosi had been the Shrews’ number one for the past three years, but they have now lost him for nothing, which is a disappointment.

What next?

Wrexham have been promoted from League Two and are preparing for life in the third tier.

Birmingham City, Rotherham United, and Huddersfield Town have slipped out of the Championship and will be looking for an immediate promotion.

Marosi is now available to bolster their respective goalkeeping departments.

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