Bryan Reynolds made his Roma debut in the Giallorossi’s 2-0 defeat against Parma today.
The 19-year-old entered the pitch after 60 minutes to replace Bruno Peres and played his first 30 minutes in Serie A.
Unfortunately for him, it was a bad afternoon for the Giallorossi who suffered a 2-0 defeat against a Parma side that hadn’t won in the last 17 League games.
Reynolds joined the Giallorossi from FC Dallas in the January transfer window on loan with an option to buy.
He had been linked with moves to Juventus and Benevento and during his official unveiling, he revealed why he chose Roma.
“I think I made the best decision because of the development plan, the possibility to train with the first team, I think that will benefit my development,” the former FC Dallas defender said.
He began to train with the rest of the team last month when he also had to move back to the US for a few days to solve some bureaucratic issues.