RomaPress – The future of Roma defender Bryan Reynolds is likely to become clearer over the coming days.
The young right back will leave the Italian capital in January once the transfer market reopens after failing to win over manager José Mourinho.
Reynolds has fallen out of favor with the Portuguese tactician, appearing in only three games in all competitions so far this season. As a result, the American will depart the club on loan in search of consistent playing time.
Chris Megadloudis, Reynold’s agent, landed in Italy two days ago to hold talks with Roma executive Tiago Pinto and clarify his client’s future.
A member of the youngster’s entourage, who asked to remain anonymous, spoke to RomaPress early today to provide an update on the situation.
“Bryan has interest from all over: the Premier League, Dutch league, Belgium, France, Germany, and Spain,” they said.
“He’ll have the chance to prove himself, a loan will be good for him. If we can find the right situation, Bryan’s preferred destination would be England.”
Mourinho is in search of a more experienced right back who is capable of serving as an alternative to current first choice Rick Karsdorp.