The 19-year-old is expected to become the team’s second American player once he joins the Old Lady.
According to some reports, Juventus have reached an agreement with FC Dallas to sign their player, Bryan Reynolds. The 19-year-old, who will join Benevento till the end of the season before moving to Juve, is reportedly moving to Italy for €8 million.
Still Benevento are not willing to let Reynolds move away easily to Allianz Stadium as they have also revealed their interest in the right-back.
Benevento sporting director Pasquale Foggia said: "We’re negotiating to sign him [with Juventus as the next destination], but it’s not a done deal. We’re interested because Reynolds is a real talent."
Once Reynolds joins Juve, he will be the second American player for Andrea Pirlo’s side after Weston McKennie.
Benevento are currently sit 10th in the Serie A table while Juventus are fourth with one game at hand. For their upcoming match the Bianconeri will face Genoa for a Coppa Italia match before facing their next Italian league opponent, Inter.