REFUNDING season tickets would cost Wrexham Football Club around £100,000.

The club, in it’s latest update amid the coronavirus crisis, revealed they had been contacted by Reds supporters, concerned about when football will return.

The National League ended the season last month with Wrexham still having nine games left and five of them at The Racecourse.

“Several members have contacted us on this subject and it has been discussed at Board level. Our estimates are that a full refund would see a cost to the club of around £100k,” read the statement.

“At this stage we are in lockdown and cannot make any firm decisions regarding refunds. A further practical issue is that all of our staff are furloughed and we have nobody to manage the transactions.

“When the situation becomes clearer and the lockdown is lifted there will be a further communication regarding this matter.”

With players on furlough leave too, boss Dean Keates’ squad plans are on hold.

“We are letting supporters know the club have made the decision to postpone any final decisions on a retained list until such time as there is more certainty on the next steps for football, and we are in a position to return to usual operational activity,” added the statement that also included a response to what would happen if the club received a takeover bid like rivals Chester have.