Reina, along with Haaland and the England international Jadon Sancho, formed a formidable front for Borussia Dortmund this season. And with all three footballers aged 20 and younger, they have the potential to be European football stars for years to come.

Reina is “American Dream”

Gio Reina is “American Dream,” and he’s one of the best young talents in world football, according to his Dortmund Borussia team-mate Erling Haaland. Reina, along with Haaland and the England international Jadon Sancho, formed a formidable front for Borussia Dortmund this season. So, with all three footballers aged 20 and younger. They have the potential to be European football stars for years to come. While Haaland and Sancho are the more prominent names for the trio. The Norwegian striker is full of praise for American striker Rhine, who, according to him, amazed him by the lack of fear and directness in the attack. The striker says that Giovanni – who he drives to training since the teenager is not yet old enough to have a car. He’s already a leading talent in world football, and he feels lucky to call him a team-mate at Dortmund.

Giovanni is only 17 but he is the highest talent

Erling told reporters: “Soon he is 17 and a half years old, so at such a young age. To be so calm on the ball and perform for such a large team, it is exciting to see how calm he is and he does not care, he jumps right at him. “He is the highest talent, and we are lucky to have him here. The American Dream, I call him that”. Reina, who was born in Durham, England, and is the son of former USA international Claudio Reina. Made eight appearances in the Bundesliga in his breakthrough campaign for Dortmund. Before the season was interrupted by an outbreak of coronavirus. He may not be the team of Haaland and Sancho for much longer. However, while both players are strongly associated with other major clubs throughout Europe.

Erling is happy at Dortmund

England international Sancho was touted for returning to the Premier League with Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool, all interested, while Haaland was reportedly looking for Real Madrid. However, Haaland says he is still happy with his life at Dortmund and says that the team spirit at the club helped smooth his transition from Red Bull Salzburg after moving from Austria to Germany in January. He said: “Yes, it was a perfect start and from my debut, I enjoyed it a lot and smiled a lot and this kind of thing, and this is what is most important in my life, to smile a lot.

So yes, this is what I try to do the most. “I feel like I’m improving every day and now that I play with even better team-mates than what I played with for Salzburg – everyone respects Salzburg – but yes, they can find me in even better situations, and that’s so yes, that was good. It was a good first few months.”