MANAGERLESS Bangor City have sealed two more signings from the continent in the latest off-the-field development at the club.

The Citizens’ confirmed that midfielder Emanuele Gianmaria Zaminga and goalkeeper Gabriele Brino are the latest to commit their respective futures to the set-up, who are in the process of appealing a 42-point deduction issued by the Football Association of Wales that would see them relegated to Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One.

Zaminga arrives at the EuroGold Stadium following a spell with ASD Atletico Tricase in Italy, with shot-stopper Brino joining City from Treviso.

Both are 21-years of age and the transfers are subject to approval from the FAW due to the recent transfer embargo preventing the club from signing professional players until December 31.

Newly appointed director of football Max Leghissa, said: “Gabriele has been playing regularly in Italy and had options to join some Maltese teams in the Premier League. He is a great signing for us and one I look forward to seeing progress

“Emanuele, meanwhile, has been over with us on trial and is a promising player.

“He is very direct and has a keen eye for goal and the move to the club is a big opportunity for him to showcase his talent in Wales.”

The dup are the latest new arrivals during what has been a busy few days behind the scenes for Leghissa and chairman Stephen Vaughan Jnr, with the pair also acquiring the services of Francesco Serafino, David Thompson, Pavel Vieira and Massimo Sammartino and Davide Salvatore for the new campaign despite the uncertainty surrounding which tier they will be playing in.