BANGOR City have confirmed the signings of six new faces as part of wholesale changes to the squad this summer.

Citizens’ boss Stephen Vaughan Jr has swooped for the quartet of Emmanuel Agyemang, Lewis Foster, Harry Blackburn and Paul Cliff to their ranks for the upcoming season, but the status of which division they will be plying their trade in remains in doubt.

Goalkeeper Gennaro Cuomo and fellow Italian Massimo De Maria have also committed to the set-up.

Agyemang is a versatile forward player that can operate in their midfield or up-front, and he arrives at the EuroGold Stadium after spells with Novara and Maltese Premier Division side Mosta.

Foster began his career as a trainee at Crewe Alexandra before signing a two-year scholarship at Salford City but the defender failed to make an impact with the first team and was subsequently released earlier this summer.

Vaughan Jr, said: “Emmanuel is a big, strong attacking player with real athleticism. He’s someone I’d seen on-loan at Mosta, he’s impressed while he’s been on trial and will be a good addition to the squad.

“Lewis is a player who has really impressed over the past week, has good grounding with coming through Crewe’s youth ranks and he can play in a number of positions. He is someone whose development I’m looking forward to keeping an eye on.”

Blackburn joins the club from Clitheroe where he worked closely with newly appointed assistant manager Dave Mannix, and Cliff will be no stranger to fans of Welsh football following his efforts with Rhyl and Holywell Town in previous years.

“With the additions of ‘Cliffy’ and ‘H’ - who I believe will do very well for us - it takes our squad to 19 players for the new season,” added Vaughan Jr.

“We will look to add one or two more before the start of the new campaign. We have trained hard over the course of the last week in Liverpool and look forward to the forthcoming pre-season fixtures.”