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Bryan Reynolds will leave MLS but his next club will be neither Juventus nor AS Roma

The young American star has an almost done deal, and he knows what team he will play for next.

Bryan Reynolds will leave MLS but his next club will be neither Juventus nor AS Roma. The young American star has an almost done deal, and he knows what team he will play for next.
Bryan Reynolds will leave MLS but his next club will be neither Juventus nor AS Roma. The young American star has an almost done deal, and he knows what team he will play for next.

This year, Bryan Reynolds emerged as one of the best prospects the American soccer has. The right back impressed with FC Dallas and caught the attention of two big Italian clubs: Juventus and AS Roma. Reynolds, who played for USMNT youth teams, is set to leave his current club because there is a deal waiting to be confirmed.

Apparently, his next team will not be any of them. There was also an interest of Club Brugge in Belgium, but the offer was not good enough. Anyway, the soon to be a former MLS player will continue his career in Italy, where soon he will be welcomed by his new Serie A team.

That is because Reynolds is very close to joining Juventus, but first he will be loaned to Cagliari until June 2021. Then, he will share the dressing room with Cristiano Ronaldo and Weston McKennie. The American will sign a contract with the Old Lady that will expire in 2025.

Juventus will pay FC Dallas 10 million euro to have him and solve a problem with a position where the team lacked quality. But first, Reynolds will get a taste of Italian life, culture and language somewhere else, and hopes to be completely ready when the time of playing for Juve comes.

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