MIDFIELDER Angelos Tsiaklis has called time on his loan spell with Wrexham and is returning to Premier League club Manchester City following this afternoon’s Blue Square Premier match at Ebbsfleet United.

However, Racecourse boss Dean Saunders yesterday confirmed he be will keeping tabs on the youngster, who has six months left on his City contract.

Saunders said: “I think he has improved as a player during his time with us and I’ll be keeping an eye on what happens there in the next few months. If he does become available there will obviously be an opportunity to talk to him about his future.”

Gareth Evans and Conall Murtagh will also be leaving the club.

Evans is seeking new career opportunities in the United States where he has family, while Murtagh – whose hopes of establishing himself at Wrexham were wrecked by injury – is close to agreeing terms with Welsh Premier League side The New Saints.

Cardiff City’s teenage winger Jon Brown has extended his Racecourse stay for a further month, as has Liverpool’s Ryan Flynn, and Saunders is expecting Darran Kempson and Simon Brown to return to the club on Monday following their loans at Forest Green Rovers and Rushden & Diamonds respectively.

The Dragons boss said discussions were ongoing concerning the future of Nat Brown, who has been on loan at Macclesfield Town since November.