Bryan Reynolds nearing Roma move, Juve will not relaunch for the player


RomaPress – Bryan Reynolds is just steps away from joining AS Roma.

After having reignited their attempts for the young American over the past five days, the Giallorossi have beaten Juventus in the race for the right back and have struck a deal with MLS and FC Dallas for his signature.

Roma will pay nearly €8 million plus bonuses for Reynolds, who will sign a four and a half year deal with the capital club and earn €800,000 per season (bonuses included). He will join the club on loan with an obligation to buy.

Furthermore, a senior source at Juventus confirmed to RomaPress that they have informed Italian agent Franck Trimboli, who was serving as their intermediary in the negotiations, late this evening that they will not formulate a new offer for the player — clearing his path to join Paulo Fonseca’s side this month.

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