The young Swans midfielder comes to Dean Saunders’ Dragons for one month.
Allen, who is the regular member of the Wales U-21 setup, has a difficult position in the current Swans first-team due to a massive competition in the midfield department. Therefore the short-term loan spell at Wrexham will allow him to get a valuable game-time under his belt.
Allen told the BBC:
|“I’m looking forward to it. It will be good to get some more game time under my belt. I obviously know Dean Saunders from the Welsh set up. He’s got the same philosophy as (Swans boss) Roberto Martinez in that he wants to play football the right way.|
He’s got a good reputation in the game and has the utmost respect from the senior boys in the Welsh squad. He’s also got a wealth of experience which hopefully I can tap into during my time at the Racecourse.’
Allen is expected to feature for the Wales U-21 for the first-leg of their Uefa Championship play-off clash with England on Friday.