Juventus Turin in pole position for a nugget of MLS
If the Piedmont club already has two right side in its workforce, with Danilo and Juan Cuadrado, it reserves the right to expand this sector with a nugget to prepare for the future. A name is also checked and regularly animates the window of transfers in Italy: Bryan Reynolds (19 years old). The right-back born in 2001 evolves and currently shines with the club in the city where he comes from, Dallas (Texas). Turned pro in November 2016 (at a little over 14 years old), the side is now 1.85m tall and stands out for his offensive qualities.
Last year he became an important part of his club and was simultaneously voted revelation of the year, defender of the year and MVP of the year for his club. The player is therefore starting to attract attention in Europe. AS Roma, for example, has already sent Dallas an offer of around € 7 million according to Sky Italia. But the Italian media, like others, now believes that it is Juventus Turin who would be in a better position to sign him. Problem, the Old Lady no longer has any extra-community space and would therefore think of lending it to Cagliari first.