Ryan Reynolds has Wrexham squad’s next trip already planned

Ryan Reynolds seems to already have the Wrexham squad’s next trip already planned out as their Las Vegas celebrations after promotion back to the Football League come to a close. After a dramatic race with Notts County, the National League title winners were flown out to Las Vegas to celebrate promotion to League Two – ending 15 seasons outside of the Football.

After racking up 111 points on their way to winning the title, they have been celebrating in style across some of Sin City’s most exclusive hang-outs.

The luxury break was arranged by Wrexham’s owners Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, and the players have been sharing images across social media as the party which begun in North Wales has headed to the Nevada desert.

The four-day trip has already seen the squad pictured at Hakkasan Night Club, Vegas’ BrewDog bar, and partying poolside at the MGM Grand.

Reynolds, who was not part of the trip, checked in to see if the Wrexham players are “still alive” from their partying. A photo, which was shared by striker Ollie Palmer’s WXM clothing brand on Instagram, showed the Hollywood A-Lister chatting to Palmer who was enjoying himself in Vegas.

The snap had the caption: “@vancityreynolds checking in this morning to see if his boys are still alive.”

What followed was a post from Reynolds on his own Instagram story, where he joked what he had planned for the Wrexham squad next summer. In the post he included a caption for a photo which featured Paul Mullin, Elliot Lee and famous DJ James Hype.

The caption read: “Next year, they’re going on a five day meditation retreat in the Faroe Islands.”

While the party Stateside is almost over with the players set to make their way back to the UK before preparation for their Football League return starts in July. However the Wrexham squad won’t have to wait too much longer before heading back to the US, with a pre-season campaign that will see the now-League Two team face Premier League opposition.

Manchester United and Chelsea have already been confirmed as opponents in a series of high-profile friendly matches. The game against Erik Ten Hag’s Carabao Cup winners will take place at the Snapdragon Stadium in San Diego, while the Chelsea clash is at Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

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