GARETH Bale has demolished rumors of a move to Hollywood-backed football club Wrexham – by touring a posh school 200 miles away.
The 33-year-old former Welsh and Real Madrid magician arrived with his five-year-old son Axel in a green £200,000 Lamborghini Huracan.
The father-of-four toured a £15,000-a-year private school in the Home Counties – and then wowed the pupils by doing some kick action with them.
A source told The Sun: “He seems intent on moving to the South East.”
It has been suggested he could join the newly promoted League Two team, co-owned by Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds and his fellow American actor Rob McElhenney.
Bale’s agent Jonathan Barnett said: “I can say there will be no move to Wrexham.
“Gareth doesn’t want to play football anymore.”
fans of Wrexham – known as The Red Dragons – had dreamed of a fairytale signing for the 33-year-old five-time Champions League winner.
The soccer superstar chatted to club co-owner Rob McElhenney on social media last month and planned a round of golf.