West Ham United have reportedly “explored” the possibility of signing Roma defender Bryan Reynolds, as the 21-year-old may not be part of Jose Mourinho’s future plans.
According to The Athletic, the Hammers are considering a move for the young defender during the summer transfer window.
Reynolds is not a well-known name in football circles, especially considering his limited playing time. He has only played for a minute under Jose Mourinho before being loaned out to Belgian side Westerlo. However, he has been performing impressively in the Jupiler Pro League, making 32 appearances in all competitions.
Unfortunately, it seems unlikely that Reynolds will get that opportunity, as Roma may entertain offers for the youngster. West Ham United are reportedly interested in signing him before the summer transfer window closes. Regardless of whether David Moyes remains as the manager, the club are looking to strengthen their right-back position by adding a new player.
Reynolds has had an impressive season with Westerlo, attracting the interest of West Ham United with his performances. Furthermore, he may consider the significant development of his compatriot Auston Trusty at Birmingham City before making a decision about moving to England.