Despite interest on loan, Reynolds focused on Roma

RomaPress – The future of Roma full-back Bryan Reynolds is in question due to the defender’s limited playing time at the start of the campaign.

The 20-year-old joined Roma earlier this year in late January from FC Dallas on loan with a purchase obligation totaling € 7million plus a 15% sell clause. He also signed a 4.5-year contract with the club, making him the first American to play for the capital club since Michael Bradley.

Since arriving, however, the youngster has only made seven appearances in all competitions, including two this season under José Mourinho.

His lack of football led several clubs to express interest in acquiring the American on loan in January. One of the Italian clubs most interested in his services is Venezia, which already has two Americans on its roster, Tanner Tessmann and Gianluca Busio.

While not lacking in interest, one of Reynold’s representatives informs RomaPress that the only goal of the defender is to fight and earn a place in the Italian capital.

Reynolds has already turned down several loan offers this summer and he is confident his opportunities will fall to Mourinho.

Bernadine J. Perkins