Striker Anthony Dudley has agreed a two-year deal with Vanarama National League North club Salford City
Twenty-year-old Dudley will link up with the Ammies after his contract with Sky Bet League One side Bury expires at the end of June.
The Manchester-born striker made his League debut for Bury in January 2014, aged just seventeen and since then has gone on to make a total of twelve league and cup appearances for the Shakers.
Think Anthony Dudley will make a big impact at @SalfordCityFC impressed at Guiseley & looked good at Macclesfield when I saw him play
— Thomas Feaheny (@ThomasFeaheny) June 8, 2017
He was top scorer for Bury’s title-winning youth team during the 2014/15 season and he was nominated as the club’s rising star in the MBNA North West Football awards.
During the 2015/16 season he had two loan spells with National League side Guiseley AFC, making sixteen appearances and scoring 7 goals.
In January of this year he joined Macclesfield Town on loan, recording 3 goals in nine appearances for the Moss Rose outfit.
A hard-working player who can play through the middle or out wide, Dudley now makes the move to Moor Lane and will certainly be one to watch next season.