Ryan Reynolds denies buying £1.5million Wales home

Wrexham prepare for life in the Football League

Hollywood A-lister Ryan Reynolds won’t be making a move to Wales any time soon despite his close ties to Wrexham.

In the latest Fearless In Devotion podcast, the Deadpool star, 46, denied recent reports he bought a £1.5million house in the Welsh village of Marford.

When asked if the stars planned on “putting roots down” in Wales, Reynolds admitted it wouldn’t be feasible due to parenting four children with famous partner Blake Lively, 35.

“I mean, I’ve got four kids here in New York,” he said.

“There was an article that said I bought a home out there. But that was not accurate at all.”

Reynolds was most likely referring to reports in MailOnline that claimed the star had bought a home just five miles from Wrexham.

Maguz Malik, owner of The Red Lion pub, told the outlet there was “buzz in the village” after the news broke.

However, it now appears the rumours were unfounded as Reynolds and Lively have made no plans to up sticks to the UK.

“Look, we love it,” the actor continued. “To move entire families over there would be, I don’t know, that would be a real act of superior, third-degree blackbelt manipulation on my part.”

“I don’t know if I could… I can pull off a lot of things but I don’t know if I could pull that off.”

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In April this year, Wrexham defeated Boreham Wood and won the National League title.

Although the team has now been promoted to League 2, Reynolds will continue to fly over for key games and visits rather than moving permanently.

“Both my wife and I love coming over, though,” he said.

“But we also love going to California, but we don’t live there! So, yeah… maybe one day, who knows?”

Despite Reynolds’ reluctance, his co-star McElhenney is more open to settling down in the UK after making nine trips across the pond in the past few months.

“At a certain point it’s just not economically responsible for me to keep making those trips over and over again,” he said.

“So… my kids are a little older, so I might force their hand. We’ll see.”

Welcome to Wrexham is available to stream on Disney+.

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