Ryan Kershaw and Fisnik Hajdari have both joined Cymru Alliance side Cefn Druids on loan.
Wrexham born Kershaw has been involved with the TNS first team for the past couple of seasons and will be hoping to get more games under his belt whilst with The Ancients.
TNS Manager, Craig Harrison confirmed that Ryan needs to play games and added, ‘Ryan is in his second year of his professional career and had a short spell at Druids in the WPL last season. Ryan just needs to play more games at senior level as he has done great in training over the last 12 months but needs regular senior competitive football in order to keep learning and developing.’
Hajdari, spent time on loan at Conwy Borough last season and like Ryan, will be hoping to play regularly whilst at The Rock.
James Jones has joined Gresford Athletic on loan until the end of the season.
The promising youngster can play at both centre half and right back and was a member of the Wales Under-18 Academies Representative Squad last season.
Jordan Wells has joined Conwy Borough after spending time on loan at WPL outfit, Carmarthen Town last season.
Harrison added that the other three youngsters need to be playing on a regular basis and commented, ‘We have taken the 3 young players (James Jones, Fisnik Hajdari, Jordan Wells) on full time pro contracts as a reward for how well they have done on our two year scholarship course. They are all young with talent and have lots of potential.’
The former Barclays Premier League defender added, ‘It will take a bit of time to get used to the demands but they are getting there and all three of them going to very good clubs with good people who can help them. Hopefully they can follow in the footsteps of Scott Quigley and Ryan Pryce in the near future as TNS football club are very proactive and proud to bring young players through the system and be first team players of the future.’