SINGER Robbie Williams is reportedly considering buying his hometown football club, having been inspired by Wrexham AFC's star owners.

The eyes of the world has been on the STok Cae Ras since Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney took over the north Wales club in February 2021.

That has brought along new fans from around the world for the ride with the Reds and seen a documentary, Welcome to Wrexham, produce two seasons worth of entertainment to date, with a third in the works.

Near enough everyone knows about the Wrexham fairytale by now and one of those reportedly inspired by Rob and Ryan's journey is Robbie Williams.

The 49-year-old, famous for hits like 'Angels' and 'Let Me Entertain You', is supposedly eyeing up a move for hometown club Port Vale.


Speaking to The Sun's Bizarre column, Robbie said: “The Ryan Reynolds thing is intoxicating. It’s a beautiful story. It’s fascinating. It’s a fairytale. I’d like to be involved in something like that. My big love in football is Port Vale, a very small team in the UK, so somewhere down the line I’ll have something to do with it.”

In 2005, Williams founded a football team of his own inspired by Port Vale called Los Angeles Vale FC.

That was set up alongside other celebrity friends after he built his own soccer pitch at his home in Los Angeles. However, the club supposedly was disbanded in 2007.

In 2006, Williams co-founded the Soccer Aid concept, which has since raised over £75 million to help give children all over the world a childhood full of play.

That sees celebrities and former football legends alike line-up in a epic match Williams also takes part in.