Ryan Reynolds has announced he is changing the name of his team from Wrexham to this

Wrexham ownership duo post cryptic tweets that have fans scratching their heads.

The Dragons have been on the rise ever since Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney acquired control of Wrexham Football Club.

The American movie and television stars may have initially seemed like a novelty, but since they committed their hearts and souls to English football, the news out of the Racecourse Ground has only been good.

Nothing the two have done to date has been marred by criticism, whether it be large sponsorship agreements – given their position in the English football hierarchy – or the acquisition of players like Paul Mullin, who can obviously compete at a higher level.

Until now.

The words ‘Wrexham United’ on a red background was tweeted by Reynolds, with the words ‘Yes. This. Is. Happening.’

Shortly thereafter, McElhenney followed up with a tweet of his own, which included Reynolds’ initial message.

His message, ‘Change is in the air,’ was equally as cryptic and appears to have left fans of the club scratching their heads.

Many took to Twitter to speculate on what it is that the pair are about to do next.

Given their track record, one can only assume that what they have in mind is in the best interests of the football club, its supporters and the town.

If it involves a name change, as some fans appear to believe, then this could be the beginning of the end for their popularity in the region.


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