MLS is making history constantly. The players come better and better, the transfers to Europe are happening and the reputation of the league as a 'retirement league' is fading. And Bryan Reynolds, a 19-year-old right back from FC Dallas, rejected Juventus and his team reached an agreement with AS Roma.
As stated by the Twitter account @usmntonly, the agreement reached between both clubs include a fee aroun 7,5 and 9,2 million euro. The group that owns the team, The Friedkin Group, is American and trust Reynolds's potential to show the rest of the world how good is American soccer.
Bryan Reynolds, who played for USMNT at youth level but not yet at senior level, He also was the FC Dallas's youngest ever homegrown player when he signed his first team contract at 15 years old. Now, at 19, he played 27 matches and caught the attention of the big ones in Italy.
Like Weston McKennie, Reynolds has also came from FC Dallas's youth ranks. Transfers like Miguel Almiron to Newcastle, Alphonso Davies to Bayern Munich, Zack Steffen to Manchester City or Tyler Adams to RB Leipzig just highlights how well has evolved the level of the league over the years.