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Bryan Reynolds expected to leave AS Roma

Reynolds is attracting interest from the UK.

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Leverkusen (Germany), 18/05/2023.- Supporters of Roma cheer during the UEFA Europa League semi final second leg soccer match between Bayer Leverkusen and AS Roma in Leverkusen, Germany, 18 May 2023. (Alemania) EFE/EPA/FRIEDEMANN VOGEL
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USMNT player Bryan Reynolds is expected to leave AS Roma this summer, according to journalist Tom Bogert of The Athletic.

The 21-year-old spent the season on loan at Westerlo and the Italian side have already rejected an initial bid from the Belgian top-flight club.

Premier League club West Ham are reportedly among the sides interested in signing the full-back.

Championship clubs have also shown their interest in the young defender as he is thought to be eligible for a work permit to move to England.

Reynolds not in Mourinho’s plans

The former FC Dallas man has made 32 appearances for KVC Westerlo in 2022-23 and spent the end of the 2021-22 campaign on loan at KV Kortrijk in Belgium.

Under Roma boss José Mourinho, Reynolds has only played one minute in Serie A after joining the capital club in a deal worth around $8m.

Reynolds has made three senior appearances for the US to date and was handed his debut in March 2021.