Macclesfield Town are delighted to announce the signing of 25-year-old goalkeeper Reice Charles-Cook, who has agreed a one-year contract at the club.
Reece began his career at Arsenal, as he progressed through The Gunners' youth ranks.
Enjoying a brief loan spell at Chelmsford City, Reice then signed for Bury in 2013 before making the move to Coventry City twelve months later.
After an immediate loan spell at Nuneaton Town, Reice returned to the Ricoh Arena and would go on to make fifty-two appearances for The Sky Blues over a three-year period.
In August 2017, Reice joined Swindon Town and made his Robins debut in their 2 - 1 away defeat at Cheltenham Town two-months later.
Over the course of the next twelve months, Reice would make twenty-two appearances for the Wiltshire side before heading to the Danish Superliga to sign for SonderjyskE.
Reice returned to England back in January to sign for League One side Shrewsbury Town.
We would like to welcome Reice to the Moss Rose and wish him every success during his time with us.
Reice will claim the number 13 shirt at the Moss Rose and we will be catching up with him soon to get his take on the move.