Roma have confirmed the signing of defender Bryan Reynolds, initially on loan for the rest of the season but with an obligation to buy.
The 19-year-old has also provisionally agreed a four-year contract should he join on a permanent basis, with an initial fee set at €6.75million. However, as part of the terms, there are a number of performance-related clauses that could be worth a total of €5.65m.
MLS will also retain the right to 15 per cent of the profit on any future sale of the highly rated full-back, after factoring in the total amount already paid for the player at the time of his departure.
"I am excited and humbled to join Roma. It is a dream come true," Reynolds said.
"After speaking to the club, I quickly realized that this is the ideal place for me to improve and develop as a footballer.
"My challenge now is to keep improving day after day: I will work hard to achieve great things for this club."
Reynolds has represented the United States at youth level, including recently being involved in a training camp for the Under-23 squad.
Roma had already added Stephan El Shaarawy during the January window, the forward returning for a second spell with a club he previously represented between 2016 and 2019.
However, it remains to be seen whether Edin Dzeko will be on his way out; the striker has not been involved with the first team for recent games due to a rumored disagreement with coach Paulo Fonseca.
Inter CEO Giuseppe Marotta confirmed talks over a potential swap deal involving Alexis Sanchez did not get off the ground, so the striker is left waiting to see if he will be moving on before the deadline.