Juventus looking to recruit second American wonderkid in under five months as they are ‘in talks to sign full back Bryan Reynolds’ from MLS club FC Dallas
- Juventus signed Weston McKennie from Schalke on a loan-deal in the summer
- They are now hoping to sign 19-year-old Bryan Reynolds from FC Dallas
- They face competition in the form of Serie A rivals Roma and Club Brugge
Juventus are reportedly in talks to sign US wonderkid Bryan Reynolds from MLS outfit FC Dallas.
The reigning Serie A champions, are in talks with the club as they look to sign their second American player in the space of four months.
It comes after they signed Weston McKennie – who spent seven years in Dallas – from Bundesliga basement boys Schalke in the summer.
Bryan Reynolds has impressed for MLS club FC Dallas since making his debut in April 2019
Now Fabrizio Romano, has confirmed that the Italian giants are in pursuit of Reynolds, who plays as a full-back.
However, Juventus are not the only club interested in the 19-year-old, with Serie A rivals Roma and Belgian side Club Brugge also interested in recruiting him.
Reynolds would unlikely link straight-up with the first team should he move to Italy, with reports of a potential loan switch to Serie A rivals Cagliari for the remainder of the campaign.
McKennie has impressed since his loan move to Juventus, with the midfielder scoring twice in 15 appearances including at the Nou Camp against Barcelona.
Juventus would hope that Reynolds could make a similar impact should he decide to join the club.
The defender who was born in Fort Worth, Texas, became FC Dallas’ youngest ever homegrown player in November 2016 when he signed a senior deal with the club.
The American full-back has the interest of a number of European teams including Juventus
Reynolds would be the second American to join after Weston McKennie arrived on a loan deal
After a loan spell at North Texas SC, he made his debut for Dallas in May 2019.
He made 19 appearances in the disrupted 2020 MLS campaign as Dallas were eliminated in the Western Conference semi-finals.
Reynolds was named the team’s MVP, breakout player of the year and defensive player of the year.
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