The 3 Wrexham players who may not play for the club again

Wrexham are currently in fourth place in League Two and are hoping to gain promotion this season.
Wrexham were trounced 1-0 away at Gillingham last time out and are two points below the top three.
The Red Dragons return to play tomorrow evening, away to Forest Green Rovers.

Here’s a look at three players who may have played their last game for the club.

Callum McFadzean

Callum McFadzean - Defender - First Team - Wrexham AFC

The left-back has dropped down the Wrexham pecking order and is expected to leave the Racecourse Ground this summer. He has not featured in the league this season and has only made a few cup outings.

His contract expired at the end of this season, and he is set to become a free agent. Last year, the 30-year-old helped Phil Parkinson’s team achieve promotion from the National League.

Mark Howard

Goalkeeper Mark Howard Wrexham Editorial Stock Photo - Stock Image |  Shutterstock

He presently backs up number one Arthur Okonkwo. The seasoned goalkeeper appeared seven times earlier this season but is now primarily on the bench.

Howard, 37, has previously played for clubs such as Bolton Wanderers and Sheffield United. His contract is also up at the end of the month, and the Welsh club must make a crucial choice about his future.

Billy Waters

Wrexham fans are all saying the same thing about Billy Waters after Port  Vale win - The Wrexham Insider

The attacker remains on Wrexham’s books but is out of favour, which is why he was permitted to join rival League Two club Doncaster Rovers on loan in January. He has made seven appearances since joining Grant McCann’s squad earlier this winter.

Waters relocated to Wales in March 2023, but has struggled for playing time in recent seasons. This summer, he is anticipated to leave permanently for another team.

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