Solihull Moors are set to make a move for experienced striker Danny Wright, according to Gloucestershire Live.
The 33-year-old forward is to leave Cheltenham Town after three years with the club, with it yesterday being announced that he was one of eight players to be released by the Robins.
Wright is a player Moors boss Mark Yates has had an interest in bringing to the ATG in the past, with Yates unsuccessfully making a move for the striker in January, around the same time he brought in Wright’s Cheltenham Town team-mate, Kyle Storer, who became a key figure in Solihull’s push for survival in the second-half of the season.
Wright is an experienced campaigner when it comes to the National League, having had spells with Histon, Cambridge United, Wrexham, Forest Green Rovers, Gateshead and Kidderminster Harriers, playing for all these clubs in the top tier of non-league football.
It is believed that Solihull Moors will face stiff competition for Wright’s signature though, with Hereford also keen on signing the experienced forward, after their promotion to the National League North by winning the Southern League Premier Division last campaign.
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