West Ham United are the latest club to be interested in a move for USMNT and Roma full-back Bryan Reynolds.
Reynolds has enjoyed a successful season on loan at Belgium Pro League side Westerlo from parent club Roma, for whom the right-back has played only one minute in Serie A under Jose Mourinho.
Bryan Reynolds linked with a move to East London
If Europa Conference League finalists West Ham are able to finalize a move for the 21-year-old in the summer transfer window, it is expected that Reynolds will spend next season either on loan at Czech side Sparta Prague or in the Dutch Eredivisie to continue his development, according to The Athletic’s Tom Bogert.
Sources: West Ham's pursuit of USMNT fullback Bryan Reynolds would include the plan of an initial loan to Sparta Prague for the 2023-24 season.
With Reynolds’ familiarity & form in Belgium, staying or heading to the neighboring Netherlands seems likely.https://t.co/nfNe2I2KpH
— Tom Bogert (@tombogert) May 29, 2023
If the Texas-born full-back joined up with the Hammers first team from next season, he would have to fight for his place in the team against established right-back Vladimir Coufal and youth academy graduate Ben Johnson.