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West Ham are reportedly one of several clubs interested in signing Roma talent Bryan Reynolds in the summer transfer window.
The American right-back joined the Giallorossi in February 2021 from FC Dallas on a €100,000 loan deal, making his transfer permanent five months later for around €6.85 million, beating out other interested clubs like Juventus and Club Brugge . Despite his talent, Reynolds never managed to convince Jose Mourinho, playing a single minute in Serie A since the arrival of the Portuguese coach. He joined Belgian side KVC Westerlo on loan last summer, where he impressed with 32 appearances. As Tom Bogert of The Athletic reports, West Ham are one of several clubs interested in snapping up Reynolds this summer. Roma have already turned down an offer from a Belgian team and several Championship clubs have also expressed interest, knowing that he would be eligible for a work permit. The 21-year-old American right-back is under contract with Roma until June 2025 and has an estimated market value of around €2-3 million, but is unlikely to leave the Italian capital for such a small fee.