...By Jack Sylva for TDPel Media.
Ryan Reynolds, co-owner of Wrexham, has hinted at the possibility of Gareth Bale coming out of retirement to join the club.
Following their promotion to League Two last week, Reynolds has added fuel to the transfer speculation by posting a photoshopped image of Bale celebrating in a Wrexham kit.
The Wales legend, who retired in January after the Qatar World Cup, earlier this week sent a congratulations message to Reynolds’ partner Rob McElhenney.
McElhenney responded with a hint at “one last magical season”.
Bale did not shut down the idea, replying “Depends what course…”.
Reynolds jokingly promised to shave a golf course into McElhenney’s back if Bale played for Wrexham.
The possibility of Gareth Bale coming out of retirement to play for Wrexham has caused a stir on social media.
The move would be a significant coup for the National League club, and it’s easy to see why fans are excited about the prospect.
Ryan Reynolds has been vocal about his ambitions for Wrexham, and this latest development shows that the club is not afraid to dream big.
While the idea of Bale playing in League Two may seem far-fetched, stranger things have happened in football.
The use of social media to generate buzz around the club is a smart move, and it’s clear that Reynolds and McElhenney are enjoying the attention.
Their ownership of the club has brought Wrexham into the spotlight, and the possibility of Bale joining only adds to the club’s growing reputation.
Bale’s retirement from international football has left fans disappointed, but the idea of him playing for a club side once again is a tantalising prospect.
While it remains to be seen whether or not the move will materialise, the fact that it’s even being discussed is a testament to the ambition and vision of the Wrexham owners.
Overall, the idea of Bale playing for Wrexham has captured the imagination of fans and demonstrates the power of social media in generating interest and excitement around a club.
Whether or not the move happens, it’s clear that Wrexham’s owners are determined to put the club on the map and make a splash in the world of football.