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stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney to present vision for Wrexham to supporters on Sunday as acting duo face fan vote on whether sensational takeover of non-league side goes through

By Nathan Salt For Mailonline

Published: 18:38 GMT, 29 October 2020 | Updated: 18:45 GMT, 29 October 2020

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Wrexham fans may well have stars in their eyes this Sunday as actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney present their vision for the non-league club.

The acting duo, who are attempting to buy the fifth division team through The R.R McReynolds Company, LLC, will address members of the Wrexham Supporters' Trust (WST) on a Zoom call to explain why they are pressing on to purchase the club.

Reynolds and McElhenney, who are proposing to pump £2million into the cash-strapped Welsh side, will then face a vote from WST members as to whether the incredible takeover will get the green light. 

Hollywood actors Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds (pictured) looking to invest in Wrexham

actors Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds (pictured) looking to invest in Wrexham

Reynolds and McElhenney (pictured) are ready to 'put forward their vision' for non league club

Reynolds and McElhenney (pictured) are ready to 'put forward their vision' for non league club

Wrexham have been in non-league since 2008 and have been owned by supporters since 2011

Wrexham have been in non-league since 2008 and have been owned by supporters since 2011 

Voting will commence on Monday November 9 but fans will have a chance to hear from the duo.  

Reynolds is best known for his role as Marvel superhero Deadpool, and McElhenney from the sitcom It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

The plan for the Zoom call is to allow supporters to discuss the sale; to discuss and consult with members on the amendment to the rules; to allow WST members to share views on the ownership bid.

For the sensational takeover to go through,

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