York City has signed Gateshead striker Jordan Burrow in the second signing of the summer.
The Sheffield-born Burrow, 25, has promised to fans that he will “always give 110%.”
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City’s manager, Martin Gray, said “He’s exactly what we’ve been looking for and we’re very fortunate to get… as he can certainly play higher.”
Burrow has promised to give fans the best performance possible, and said that he looks forward to working alongside City’s reputable attacker, Jon Parkin.
Burrow has said that there is no competition between Parkin and himself, stating “For me, it doesn’t matter who scores the goals.
“We just need to pull together and get where we need to be, so I’m looking forward to getting to know him and playing with him.”
Burrow has previously played for Halifax Town, Morecambe, and Chesterfield, where he started as a junior.
Gray stated that he hopes to get in “one more big signing” during the summer.