The USMNT youngster has had a difficult past two years and will be hoping to secure his new club before the deadline window closes.

With the winter transfer window set to close in about 24 hours' time, many clubs are keen on making some last minute moves to bolster their teams heading into the second half of the season.

According to reports from Italy, Fiorentina are keen on doing just this, and the Viola have been linked with a surprise move for Giovanni Reyna. The USMNT international has had a difficult past few years, with off the pitch drama involving his family and a bitter feud with current USMNT boss Gregg Berhalter generating more headlines than any of his contributions on the pitch.

Injuries have not helped his cause at Dortmund, where he has played just over 300 minutes of football for Edin Terzic's side, and the arrival of players like Jadon Sancho now will certainly make things even more difficult for him to secure consistent first-team football.

Despite Terzic publicly stating that die Schwarzgelben would like to keep the player at Signal Iduna Park, multiple clubs have been linked with Reyna's signature from around Europe, including Marseille, Nottingham Forest, and Sevilla.

As for Fiorentina, the Viola are reportedly looking at a loan deal that will run through the rest of the season. Should Reyna make the move to Serie A, he would join a host of other USMNT players, including AC Milan's Christian Pulisic and Juventus's Weston McKennie to ply his trade in Italy's top flight.