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Wrexham ‘close in on club record transfer as Ryan Reynolds completes deadline day double deal’

WREXHAM are pushing to complete a club record signing before the transfer deadline.

The League Two side are hoping to finalise a deal to sign Jamie Lindsay from Rotherham.

Wrexham are hoping to complete the club record signing of Jamie Lindsay

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Wrexham are hoping to complete the club record signing of Jamie LindsayCredit: MI News/NurPhoto
Hollywood owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney have already completed a double deal

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Hollywood owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney have already completed a double dealCredit: Alamy

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According to the Daily Mail, the two clubs are “close” to an agreement on a transfer fee.

The report adds that the Red Dragons are optimistically Lindsay will join the club before the 11pm deadline.

Former Scottish youth international Lindsay is out of contract at Championship side Rotherham in the summer.

The midfielder joined the club from Ross County in 2019 and started his career with Celtic.

He has become a regular for the Millers in recent months, making 13 appearances this season and scoring once.

Lindsay would become Wrexham’s third deadline day signing following a double deal earlier on Thursday.

Fans woke up to the news of Jack Marriott and Luke Bolton’s arrivals.

Striker Marriott has signed on an 18-month deal from Fleetwood after the club beat off interest from Oxford.

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Meanwhile, Bolton penned a deal until 2026 after arriving from fellow League Two side Salford.

Wrexham are currently second in the table, five points adrift of league leaders Stockport with a game in hand.

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