Reynolds talks Roma switch: “I quickly realised that this is the ideal place for me to improve and develop as a footballer.”


Roma’s newly acquired right back, Bryan Reynolds, discussed his move to the Italian capital this afternoon after he completed a switch from FC Dallas.

The youngster joined the Giallorossi on loan for a loan fee of €100,000 with an obligation to buy for €6.75 million plus bonuses that could end up being worth a total of €5.65 million. In the event of the future transfer of the player, MLS will retain the right to 15% of the profit on any deal.

“I am excited and humbled to join AS Roma. It is a dream come true,“ Reynolds said to the club’s official website.

“After speaking to the club, I quickly realised that this is the ideal place for me to improve and develop as a footballer. My challenge now is to keep improving day after day: I will work hard to achieve great things for this club.”

Meanwhile, the Giallorossi’s General Director, Tiago Pinto, also discussed the arrival of the American.

“We are truly delighted to be able to welcome one of the most exciting young players in US football to Roma,” he commented.

“Identifying emerging talent is one of the cornerstones of the club’s approach; Bryan’s decision to join our project is an important first step as we pursue a shared target of improvement and growth.”

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