Ryan Reynolds hilariously doubles down on golf-themed plot to get Gareth Bale to join Wrexham on free transfer | The SunApril 26, 2023
WREXHAM co-owner Ryan Reynolds has doubled down on his side's attempts to lure Gareth Bale out of retirement.
The Welsh club are still celebrating their promotion to League Two after beating Boreham Wood 3-1 last weekend to secure the National League title.
Bale, 33, retired from football after the World Cup in Qatar and appears to be enjoying his retirement.
Reynold's took to Twitter to double down on the golf themed plot to try and get Bale to join Wrexham.
He said: "I will shave a professional-grade golf course into Rob’s back if you’ll give Wrexham a season.
He then replied to his own tweet saying: "Update: after an online image search, it appears Rob does not have the requisite body hair to support this plan."
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There has yet to be a response from Bale to the latest attempt to convince him out of retirement.
Reynold's tweet came in response to Bale's congratulatory message to Wrexham's other co owner Rob McElhenney ,which prompted an exchange between the pair.
The 33 year old took a break whilst on the golf course to send a message of congratulations to McElhenney on Wrexham's promotion.
In the short clip the former Real Madrid star said: "Hi Rob, just want to congratulate you on your promotion and everything you're doing at Wrexham."
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McElhenney then posted the clip to his Twitter account, alongside a cheeky message.
Tagging the five-time Champions League winner, he wrote: "Hey @GarethBale11 let’s play golf, where I totally won’t spend 4 hours trying to convince you to un-retire for one last magical season 🏴 🏴 🏴 🏴 ❤️"
Bale responded to that tweet by suggesting he wanted to play at St Andrews, the home of golf, by tagging in the R & A.
The Wales legend tweeted: "Depends what course @RandA"
Bale finished his career by making 14 appearances and scoring three times for LAFC as the club won the MLS Cup.
Wrexham have already convinced one former Premier League star out of retirement as Ben Foster signed a short term deal in March.
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