The post-Christmas run at FC Dallas homegrown defender Bryan Reynolds appears to be heating back up. Both Juventus, Roma and Club Brugge are all said to be making final passes and talks as they look to line up a deal.
So far today, there have been lots of reports out of the US and Europe about the transfer figure and who could be leading the talks to land Reynolds.
#BreakingNews Update on the Bryan Reynolds situation. Reynolds will become a Juventus player! He will then be loaned to Cagliari for six months. Fee is in excess of 10 million when it is all said and done including incentives. Massive fee for #FCDallas and massive move for Bryan. pic.twitter.com/I7O36ez3Ls— Big Bad MLS (@BigBadMLS) December 29, 2020
Bryan Reynolds of @FCDallas will bring in a little more than $10m (including incentives) from @juventusfcen who will send him out on loan from what I’m hearing.— Taylor Twellman (@TaylorTwellman) December 29, 2020
Big day for the young player and another one for @DanHuntFCD and his franchise. #MLS
But while the Italian-giants said to be in the lead here, Club Brugge is still apparently in the race according to Nicolo Schira and Marco Conterio.
La corsa a Bryan #Reynolds del #FCDallas non ha ancora un finale scritto. La #Juventus c'è (col possibile prestito a un altro club, Cagliari su tutti) ma il #Bruges cerca ora l'intesa col club americano e di spuntarla sui bianconeri. @TuttoMercatoWeb— Marco Conterio (@marcoconterio) December 29, 2020
So what do we make about all of this? No matter where he ends up we’re looking at a record transfer deal for FC Dallas. The prospect of $10 million for the Hunts also looks to be too good to pass up even if there were to value Reynolds higher for some reason.
Hopefully the loan to Cagliari comes through in this as well so Reynolds is able to get the proper playing time out of the game in Italy.
What do you all make of these developments?