Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney have firm now, however they don’t appear to thoughts in any respect.
Early Thursday morning it was introduced that fellow A-lister, Tom Brady, had added a minority stake in EFL Championship group Birmingham City to his ever-expanding portfolio.
And forward of Wrexham’s first sport of the season on Saturday, Reynolds and McElhenney had been requested by Sky Sports News about Brady’s soccer arrivals.
“I know Tom a little bit and I don’t think you have to know him to know that he has the mind of a lion and a competitor in every shape, form and form,” mentioned Reynolds. “Whatever he’s come up with for Birmingham, he’s going to bring it. Come in, the water is warm!’
McElhenney was then asked if he had any advice for seven-time Super Bowl winner Brady and he had his own funny answer.
Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney have spoken out about Tom Brady’s football move
Tom Brady revealed the news to his followers in what came as a total shock to the sports world
Reynolds (left) and McElhenney (right) welcomed Brady to the A-list owners club
“I would never give words of wisdom to Tom Brady about professional sports. But Tom, if you have any advice for us, send it our way!’.
It comes after a source close to Brady told the DailyMail.Com exclusively: ‘He’s seen what Ryan Reynolds did to Wrexham and is doing to Wrexham and he wants a piece of that for himself,’ said the source close to Brady.
“He will fully support (Birmingham) in his time as co-owner, he is all in and will do everything he can to make it work.”
“Tom was going to put money into a soccer membership and develop into a part of the possession sooner or later, and Birmingham City was in the precise place on the proper time for Tom so as to add to his portfolio of enterprise acquisitions now that he’s retired and a way more time on his arms to focus on that.’
The 46-year-old will chair the advisory board and help the membership by bringing his information and experience associated to human efficiency to St Andrew’s.
Under the possession of Reynolds and McElhenney, Wrexham has boomed and right this moment ends their 15-year exile from England’s prime 4. The duo are eyeing a promotion from League Two of their first season.
They have additionally helped Wrexham declare world highlight by means of a Netflix collection and their common promotion of the group within the United States and overseas.
The 46-year-old has constructed his enterprise empire since retiring from the NFL in 2023
Reynolds was joined by fellow Hollywood favourite Hugh Jackman at Wrexham’s opening match
Brady is hoping for comparable success from the second metropolis membership, who face Swansea within the opening sport of the Championship on Saturday.
The seven-time Super Bowl champion retired from the NFL on the finish of the 2022 season and has since expanded his off-field actions. This consists of his personal clothes model and investments in varied sports activities franchises.
Brady already owns a minority stake within the WNBA’s Las Vegas Aces. He additionally had plans to purchase into the NFL’s Raiders as effectively, till the league’s new rule blocking the distribution of inventory to workers jeopardized that deal.