Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney prepare to make their first visit to Wrexham since its acquisition.
Wrexham gears up for the Hollywood visit as co-owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney prepare to make their first trip to the Racecourse Ground next week.
- Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney sealed their acquisition of Wrexham in February
- Due to schedules and travel restrictions, the co-owners have not yet visited the club.
- But the Hollywood stars are expected to make their first visit, arriving in the middle of the week.
- A display platform for owners has recently been built at the Macron booth.
Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney are set to make their first visit to Wrexham since taking over the non-league team.
Sportsmail understands that the pair are expected to be in North Wales for Torquay United’s visit next week.
A new observation deck for owners, equipped with plush cushioned seats, has been built at Macron’s booth at the racecourse in recent weeks, fueling rumors of his impending journey.
Wrexham is scheduled for a visit from Hollywood owners Ryan Reynolds (left) and Rob McElhenney (right)
The couple will visit the Racecourse Ground for the first time after an observation deck was built.
Reynolds and McElhenney have been determined to make their first visit together, rather than individually, but due to their schedules, it has been difficult so far.
Travel plans from the United States and Canada thwarted an earlier attempt last season.
But with Reynolds last week announcing that he will be taking a sabbatical following the conclusion of filming for the upcoming Christmas movie Spirited, and McElhenney ending season 15 of his It’s Always Sunny show in Philadelphia, a space appeared for them to visit. .
Sources say the Hollywood stars will arrive in the middle of the week and engage in a number of initiatives in the community as part of their visit.
Former Bolton boss Phil Parkinson’s team (above) sits 12th after an uneven start to the season
It’s been an uneven start to the season for Wrexham, led by former Bolton and Sunderland boss Phil Parkinson, as they rank 12th, 13th adrift of league leaders Grimsby Town.
Reynolds and McElhenney sealed their acquisition of the National League team in February, buying it from the Wrexham Supporters’ Trust.
They immediately invested £ 2 million in the club and their profile as co-chairs has seen sponsors such as TikTok and Expedia recruited as official partners.
Wrexham declined to comment on the visit when approached by Sportsmail.
The acquisition saw sponsors, including TikTok and Expedia, onboard as official partners.