Juventus is looking for a striker in this winter market to give Álvaro Morata a break, but Fabio Paratici is also thinking about next summer. Bryan Reynolds, a 19-year-old winger who plays for Dallas, is the first target of the 21/22 season. The Bianconeri would sign him right now, but they don’t have places for more non-EU citizens (a problem that led to Suarez’s mess) and they need help to snatch the player from the competition (Rome and Bruges).
The surprising Benevento of Pippo Inzaghi, then, could be the great ally. The Campanians have given their approval to take Reynolds on loan until June, making the operation possible for the Turinese. In the last hours there were contacts between the three teams (the player has already given his “yes, I want” to Vecchia Signora a long time ago) and it should not be long before the signing is finalized.
Reynolds will be, then, the second American in the history of the Turin team, after Weston McKennie, who is exceeding all expectations in its premiere season. For Juve, in addition to adding talent to its squad, it is an opportunity to open up even more to the North American market, great objective of the entity in recent years.
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