Michelle Keegan could become a WAG while Billericay Town, non-league, is looking to sign Mark Wright

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Michelle Keegan could become a WAG while Billericay Town, non-league, is trying to sign her husband Mark Wright

Michelle Keegan could become the WAG the most famous in Britain, so that Billericay Town would seek to sign her husband Mark Wright.

The team from Essex, who plays in the national League of the South, is directed by the former star of Celebrity Big Brother, Jamie O’hara.

The former professional footballer is looking forward to signing with Mark a contract of payment to use for the next season, according to The Sun.

Star Signing: Mark Wright could sign up for the football team non-league Essex Billericay Town the next season

The ex-star of TOWIE, 33 years old, was once on the books at West Ham and Tottenham Hotspur as a youngster.

He has also excelled in several games of Soccer Aid in which he represented England.

A source said: “Jamie knows Mark for some time and admired from a long time his abilities on the field. He has played at a decent level as a youngster and has been a professional for some time before focusing on the showbiz.

Top WAG: Michelle Keegan would be one of WAG's most famous English football if Mark decides to take his boots

Top WAG: Michelle Keegan would be one of WAG’s most famous English football if Mark decides to take his boots

“Now, Jamie has offered them a lifeline late in the game of football. This will not be a salary revolutionary, but that could see it earn the money to practice a new sport that he loves.

“And that would make Michelle the Wag the most glamorous of Great Britain. The residents of Billericay will be swallowed up.

MailOnline has contacted representatives for Mark for comments.

Mark has made a name for itself as young, playing for West Ham, Arsenal and Tottenham.

Skilled player: Mark was in the books of West Ham, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur in his youth

Skilled player: Mark was in the books of West Ham, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur in his youth

He became professional with Southend United and made 21 appearances before the end of his career in 2011.

He has participated in Soccer Aid in 2016, marking a free-kick impressive in a 3-2 victory for England, which has seen Mark also named Man of the match.

His brother Josh currently plays as a defender of the team of League 2 Leyton Orient.

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