Wrexham fans want Haaland and Mbappe transfers after owner Ryan Reynolds sells company for whopping £1bn price tag | The Sun
FOOTBALL fans have joked Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe should be transfer targets for National League outfit Wrexham.
It comes after the Welsh side's owner and Hollywood star Ryan Reynolds sold his Mint Mobile company to telecoms giants T-Mobile.
The deal is reported to be worth a staggering £1.12BILLION.
Reynolds revealed on Twitter that he is "proud and grateful" to sell Mint Mobile to T-Mobile.
The 46-year-old owns around 25 per cent of the company, according to Fortune.
While the Daily Star say Reynolds could net a nine-figure sum following the deal.
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And football fans have joked that Reynolds should invest his added riches from the sale into the National League leaders by buying superstars Haaland and Mbappe.
One wrote on Twitter: "Announce Haaland @Wrexham_AFC."
Another added: "Haaland to Wrexham!"
A third quipped: "Bodes well for Wrexham's chances of signing Haaland and Mbappe next year."
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And a fourth added: "@Wrexham_AFC yay! Now go on and put in a bid for Mbappe!"
Reynolds and fellow actor Rob McElhenney bought Welsh side Wrexham back in November 2020 before officially taking over in February 2021.
The club are currently top of the National League with nine games of the season left to play.
Boss Phil Parkinson is bidding to lead the club back into the football league following relegation from League Two in 2008.
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