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Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney fascinated by shopping for Nationwide League membership Wrexham


Hollywood celebrity Ryan Reynolds has been revealed as a possible investor in non-league Wrexham.

The Nationwide League membership posted a press release on their web site figuring out two people who find themselves fascinated by shopping for the membership.

Wrexham currently play in the National League

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Wrexham presently play within the Nationwide League

One was Reynolds, well-known for starring in Deadpool, and the opposite was It’s At all times Sunny in Philadelphia creator Rob McElhenney.

A press release on the membership web site stated: “Talks with the proposed bidders will now proceed and we’re ready to substantiate the 2 individuals fascinated by investing in Wrexham AFC.

“Rob McElhenney is an American actor, director, producer and screenwriter, greatest referred to as the creator of It’s At all times Sunny in Philadelphia.

“Ryan Reynolds is an award-winning Canadian actor, author, producer and enterprise entrepreneur whose credit embody Marvel’s Deadpool.

“In the end, Mr. McElhenney and Mr. Reynolds will put ahead their imaginative and prescient for Wrexham AFC and proposal for members to vote on at a second Particular Basic Assembly.”

Based on the BBC, any takeover might see round £2million invested within the membership. Reynolds is claimed to have been a fan since 2011.

The Welsh membership have been out of the soccer league since 2008 after they have been relegated from League Two. They’ve remained within the Nationwide League since and 4 instances have misplaced within the play-offs.

Wrexham have additionally been fan owned since 2011 and a takeover might see the Wrexham Supporters Belief relinquish management.

On the Particular Basic Assembly (SGM), followers voted overwhelmingly for talks to proceed with potential buyers.

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