Linnets manager Tommy Widdrington welcomes new signing Jordan Ponticelli to The Walks. Picture: King's Lynn Town FC.

King’s Lynn Town have completed the signing of striker Jordan Ponticelli from Wrexham, writes Chris Milsom.

Ponticelli was one of eight players released by Reds boss Phil Parkinson after the Welsh team missed out on promotion last term.
Having started his career at Coventry City, where he scored three times in 24 first-team appearances in Leagues One and Two, Ponticelli joined Wrexham on loan in the second half of the coronavirus-affected 2019-20 season and made the move permanent that summer.
After two full seasons in North Wales, the 23-year-old is expected to be a great addition to the Linnets’ squad, subject to international clearance being granted.
He has also played for Macclesfield and Tranmere
Speaking about the new addition, Lynn manager Tommy Widdrington said: “If you’d told me two months ago we’d get the opportunity sign Jordan I’d have found that hard to believe.
“We have beaten off numerous National League clubs. The work that has gone on behind the scenes in recruitment has been excellent, so when the opportunity arose to approach Jordan I jumped at it.
“He had found himself down a very impressive pecking order at Wrexham, which doesn’t alter the fact he has all the attributes to be a top goal scorer ,when he’s actually on the pitch!”
“JP’s career has been above National North, which again highlights the quality. I’ve no doubt he will add to our front line.
“I’m also sure all connected with Lynn will join me and the staff in welcoming Jordan to The Walks.”