Ryan Reynolds could miss the start of the League Two season with Wrexham
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Ryan Reynolds will reportedly be forced to miss the start of the League Two season with Wrexham.
Back in April, Wrexham sealed their return to the English Football League after pipping Notts County for the only automatic promotion spot.
The Red Dragons sealed the deal with a 3-1 win against Boreham Wood.
After their League Two place was secured, the club’s Hollywood owners, Reynolds and Rob McElhenney treated the Wrexham squad with a trip to Las Vegas.
However, as the new season fast approaches, Reynolds could miss his team’s first few matches in League Two.
This is because Reynolds will be busy working on the latest Deadpool film, which is due to be released in November 2024.
According to the Daily Mail, Reynolds is believed to be slightly annoyed at the fact that he will not be able to make Wrexham’s first League Two match in August.
Ahead of the new season, Wrexham boss Phil Parkinson has said that he is expecting some new players to arrive during the summer transfer window.
He said to GOAL: “There is always a lot of speculation every summer about players that we are looking at. We are just going about our business and looking at targets, but bearing in mind the fact that we have already got a strong squad to go into pre-season.
“We are not in a summer where we need seven or eight players because the squad is strong. Of course, ideally, we would like to improve in one or two areas and we are looking to do that but my feeling is it might take a bit of time.”
Over the last few weeks, Wrexham have been linked with the likes of Morten-Gamst Pedersen, Gareth Bale and Jonny Williams.
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