Middlesbrough miss out on Paul Mullin signing
Paul Mullin has stunned everyone as he moved from the opportunity of playing in League One to join a team in the National League.
Middlesbrough will need to move on from their pursuit of Paul Mullin, who has now signed for National League side Wrexham as a free agent.
Mullin scored 36 times in all competitions for Cambridge United last season, helping them secure promotion to League One.
However, as his deal ran down, the 26-year-old opted against signing a new deal with the U's and became a free agent in the summer transfer window.
Reports suggested Middlesbrough, Preston North End, Blackburn Rovers, and Charlton Athletic were all interested in his signing, however, he has surprised everyone with a move to Wrexham.
"I'm made up, it's been a long summer for me, and now I can look forward to the season ahead, and I'm excited to get going at Wrexham," Mullin said.
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Boro will need to move on now that they can no longer sign him, as they look for new strikers in the transfer window.