After turning heads for being really, really good at soccer, Bryan Reynolds has been getting the attention of European clubs as the 2020 MLS season comes to a close. The 19 year-old started 14 games for FC Dallas this year and notched three assists. He did it while displaying strong technical ability and flair going froward from his right back position.
Initially, Juventus was said to be moving in on the player with AC Milan also interested. Today, however, Tom Bogert of MLS Soccer reports that AS Roma has put in a $9.2 million bid for Reynolds.
FC Dallas have received a bid from AS Roma of $9.2m/€7.5m for Bryan Reynolds, sources tells https://t.co/QqWAi38GbI.— Tom Bogert (@tombogert) December 17, 2020
Marseille are also in the mix, I'm told. https://t.co/QqWAi38GbI and others have previously reported interest from AC Milan, Juventus and others.
Bogert also notes that Marseilles also is interested in the player, so there may be options for him as he chooses what is best for his career. This comes just a few months after Reggie Cannon moved from Dallas to Portugal’s Boavista FC where he has become a regular starter and one of the better right backs in the league.