A love call came to Gareth Bale (34), who retired from active duty. It is a team promoted to the 4th Division. Hollywood actor Ryan Reynolds is co-owner of Wrexham.
On the 26th (Korean time), British media ‘The Sun’ said, “Reynolds is doubling his golf plans to recruit Bale.”
“I will further accelerate his golf-themed plan to sign Bale for Wrexham,” Reynolds said on social media. He went on to add, “If Bale plays at Wrexham, he’ll cut a pro golf course at McKellenie et al.”
In fact, Bale and his co-owner Rob McEl Henry knew each other. When Wrexham won the English National League (5th division) and was promoted to League 2 (4th division), Bale sent a message on social media, saying, “Hello McKelleny, congratulations on everything including Wrexham’s promotion.”
Regarding this, co-owner McKellenney said, “Let’s play Vale golf. It will take less than four hours to convince him to reverse his retirement for a magical final season.” Then Bale replied, “What course?”
According to The Sun, Bale has yet to respond to Wrexham co-owners’ efforts.
Bale moved from Real Madrid to LA FC, an American major league soccer team, and played a key role in leading the team to win the MLS Cup. However, he retired from his active career after the 2022 World Cup in Qatar with the Welsh national team.
Founded in 1864, Wrexham has a 159-year history, making it the 3rd oldest club in Wales and England as well as the world. A new page in the club’s history has opened this season. After being relegated in 2008, they succeeded in promotion to Ligue 2 in 15 years.온라인카지노
Wrexham has already signed a retired English Premier League star. Goalkeeper Ben Foster signed a contract in March and marked the point of winning the 5th division title.
This time it’s the veil. The co-owners of Wrexham want to use their friendship with Bale to recruit him. However, according to multiple media outlets, it is highly unlikely that Bale will reverse his active retirement and play on the ground. Bale has been immersed in golf since his retirement. He competes on the PGA (American Professional Golf) Tour, etc. The British media’Daily Star’ said, “The offer from Wrexham was quickly rejected.”