Juventus are one step away from the purchase of FC Dallas defender Bryan Reynolds.
The American fullback is set to join the Bianconeri in a deal from FC Dallas, but before arriving in Torino, though, he will first join Pippo Inzaghi’s Benevento side.
Juve does not have an available non-EU slot and will partner with the Campania-based outfit to bring the youngster to Serie A — exactly as they’ve done in the past with Merih Demiral.
Therefore, Benevento will purchase Reynolds on loan with an obligation to buy for $7 million. At the end of the season, the parties will meet to discuss his future but Juve will maintain control over his future, Sky Sport reports.
Roma had been in talks for Reynolds since November, however, the parties weren’t able to reach an agreement to personal terms.