FC Dallas Homegrown Bryan Reynolds has agreed to terms on a new, four-year contact through 2024 with a club option for the 2025 season, the club announced today.
Once again, FC Dallas continues to protect their Homegrown investments with new contracts like this. Reynolds joins the likes of Paxton Pomykal and Jesus Ferreira with new deals. Per team policy, terms of the deal will not be disclosed but according to our sources, the deal is said to be worth upwards of $2 million in total value (if you spread out his salary over the course of the next few seasons).
The 19-year old signed with FC Dallas as the 17th Homegrown in club history on Nov. 22, 2016 and became the youngest to ever sign with the club at 15 years and 147 days old.
Reynolds has been quick to fill the shoes of Reggie Cannon, who left for Portugal earlier this summer on a transfer to Boavista. He has appeared in 16 matches for FC Dallas since making his MLS debut in the final minute of a 1-1 draw against Los Angeles FC on May 19, 2019. He’s recorded two assists, including one this season in the 3-2 loss to Minnesota United just a couple of weeks ago.
Last year, Reynolds appeared in 12 matches for FC Dallas’ USL League One side North Texas Soccer Club and scored his first professional goal on Aug. 27. He was also part of the North Texas SC team that defeated Greenville Triumph SC, 1-0, on Oct. 19 to win the USL League One Final in the inaugural season.
What do you make of Reynolds earning a new deal with the team? Do you feel it is the right move for both sides?