Hull City are reportedly one of the clubs who are interested in the signing of Roma fullback Bryan Reynolds.
The information comes from Italian outlet Calcio Mercato, who claim the 20-year-old has a couple of clubs wanting his signature in the January transfer window.
The Tigers are one of them, with ‘calls from England’ arriving at Roma. It’s said the Championship side ‘need reinforcements’ to improve their campaign this season and now have this ‘work in progress’ to get Reynolds signed.
The competition for Hull City is said to come from Belgian side Club Brugge, who have made ‘concrete’ moves in recent weeks, asking for information on a potential transfer.
Calcio Mercato writes that Reynolds already had offers to leave Roma in the summer, but had his departure blocked by owner Dan Friedkin and director Tiago Pinto.
However, it turns out the player hasn’t been much used by manager José Mourinho, getting only three appearances this season so far. And with the Giallorossi looking to make a few additions in the January transfer window, it seems he could be allowed to leave this time, likely to be on a loan deal.