AS Roma youngster Bryan Reynolds could be on his way out for a loan move in January as per the report in MLSsoccer.com.
The 20-year-old joined the Serie A giants last February on loan from FC Dallas, the deal became permanent this summer for around €6.8 million. The USA international made five appearances in the league last term under Paulo Fonseca but found it difficult to break into new manager José Mourinho’s first eleven.
According to the report, Reynolds is likely to go on loan in January as the youngster is way down in the pecking order at Roma. The 20-year-old has only played one minute so far this season and it is highly unlikely that the full-back will get necessary game time at Stadio Olimpico.
José Mourinho has always been reluctant to use young players and give them proper chances to showcase their talents. So, it will be hard for Reynolds as well to change the Portuguese’s plan and find game time at the Giallorossi.
Roma youngster Reynolds might go on loan in January:
Going out on loan in search of proper game time will be the right decision for Roma youngster Bryan Reynolds. The defender has not been able to showcase his talent so far at the Italian capital and a loan move to a club where he can find ample game time will be the right destination for the American.
Meanwhile, Roma have started the new campaign brilliantly under José Mourinho. The Giallorossi won every game of the season before a disappointing defeat against Hellas Verona last week.
However, Mourinho’s boys replied perfectly after a defeat with a win against Udinese during the midweek. New signing Tammy Abraham scored the solitary goal of the game. Following a great victory, the Giallorossi are currently sitting fourth in the league with 12 points in five games. They will be wanting to continue their winning run when they meet the city rival Lazio in the next game on Sunday.
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