Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, future owners of Wrexham, have donated money to strengthen the team.
But McElhenney, creator of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, revealed he made a donation to the Wrexham Supporters Trust, the current owners.
Wrexham is 11th in the ranking with the transfer window closed on February 1.
“The buyout is still not 100% official and unfortunately it looks like the transfer will not be completed until the transfer window closes,” McElhenney tweeted.
“So Ryan and I donated to the club to allow them (us?) To take a few steps. Up town!”
Wrexham said in a statement that the Hollywood stars were “keen to make sure the club does not stand still” while the move is underway.
“This donation will allow Wrexham AFC to have the means to strengthen the team in the final days of the transfer window,” the club said.
“We expect new players to arrive at the club by the window closes at the end of the month.”
McElhenney and Deadpool actor Reynolds have emerged as the mysterious businessmen looking to invest £ 2million in the club in September 2020.
Members of the club’s fan confidence voted overwhelmingly in favor of the proposed deal in November.