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Morrell Interested In Defender

Following last week's friendly with Wolves, Wrexham manager Andy Morrell admitted he was interested in bringing trialist Junior N'Tame to the Conference Premier club on a more permanent basis.

"We played him in his favoured position at centre-half and I thought he did relatively well. He can head the ball and has a good range of passing," said Morrell (pictured).

"He's back off to Paris today, as he's had an offer from over there, but I think he would like him to stay with us.

"We'll see if we can muster something. So I'll be speaking to Billy and the board to see if it's worth pursuing or not. Is it something we can do or we can't.

"He's impressed me so far and he's a little bit different to what we have got. He's strong, has some pace about him and can play in a number of positions if needed.

"So he's a possibility and if money wise it fits, then we can start talking."

N'Tame was born in the Cameroon 28 years ago, but had been playing his football in Europe with a series of lower division clubs in France, Switzerland, Belgium and Slovenia.

He helped Brest into the top division in France in 2010 and played a few games in Ligue One before joining a third level club on the Cote d'Azur for the last two seasons.



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