BILLY SHARP has refused to rule out a potential move to Wrexham AFC, despite the 'feud' between the player and the club.

The former Sheffield United striker became public enemy number one for Wrexham fans for comments he made after an FA Cup match earlier this year.

Ahead of a replay at Bramall Lane, which the Blades went on to win 3-1, Sharp accused Wrexham of being 'disrespectful'.

He also had words with Wrexham’s players and staff in the tunnel following the final whistle.

The bust-up was shown in season two of the Welcome to Wrexham documentary, with Wrexham AFC chairman Ryan Reynolds claiming the Reds got 'under' Sharp's skin.

But now, in a bizarre twist, Sharp has refused to rule out any transfer to Wrexham should it ever arise in future.

The 37-year-old has just recently been let go by Major League Soccer outfit Los Angeles Galaxy, where he scored six goals in 12 appearances, and is therefore on the lookout for a new club.


Speaking on William Hill's 'No Tippy Tappy Football' podcast, he said: "Wrexham are doing really well, fair play to them. I don't hold grudges. If that were one of my better options, why not."

Sharp added that the 'situation had been blown way out of proportion'.

Speaking to Natalie Pike and Sam Allardyce on the podcast, Sharp said: "It was an FA Cup game, high emotions, and we luckily came out on top that day."

The forward's career has so far seen him play for the likes of Sheffield United, Scunthorpe United, Doncaster Rovers, Southampton, and Leeds United down the years.

Could bygones be bygones? And should Sharp wear the famous red of Wrexham in future?