RomaPress – The future of Roma fullback Bryan Reynolds has come into question due to the defender’s meager playing time in the early part of the campaign.
The 20 year-old joined Roma earlier this year in late January from FC Dallas on loan with an obligation to buy for a total of €7 million plus a 15% sell on clause. He also penned a 4.5 year contract with the club, which made him the first American to play for the capital club since Michael Bradley.
Since his arrival, though, the youngster has only featured in seven matches in all competitions, including two this season under manager José Mourinho.
His lack of football has resulted in several clubs emerging to express their interest in acquiring the American in January on loan. One the Italian clubs most interested in his services is Venezia—who already have two Americans in their roster in Tanner Tessmann and Gianluca Busio.
Although no shortage of interest, one of Reynold’s representatives informs RomaPress that the defender’s sole focus is fighting for and winning a place in the Italian capital.
Reynolds already rejected multiple loan offers in the summer and he’s confident that his opportunities will come under Mourinho.