Player Details

Name

Yordy Reyna

Height

5' 7"

Weight

150 lbs

Date of Birth

9.17.1993 (28)

Birthplace

Chiclayo, Peru

Position

Forward

Position Detail

Unknown

Preferred Side

Unknown

Footedness

Right

Roster Category

Senior

Player Category

International
2021 MLS Regular Season
2021 MLS Regular Season

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Career Summary

HOW ACQUIRED: Traded from the Vancouver Whitecaps on Sept. 19, 2020. 

PRONUNCIATION: yAWr-dee rAI-nuh

Reyna had 20 goals and 14 assists in 77 appearances over portions of four seasons with the Vancouver Whitecaps before he was traded to D.C. In Washington, he joins Peru national team colleague Edison Flores. He can play center forward or either wing, giving yet more options for a D.C. side that is increasingly versatile in its personnel.

INTERNATIONAL: Reyna has scored two goals in 29 appearances for the Peruvian senior national team. Reyna has also represented Peru at the U-20 level scoring five goals in eight matches.

OUTSIDE MLS: Reyna joined Whitecaps FC after being a member of FC Red Bull Salzburg since the summer of 2013. During his three plus seasons with Die Roten Bullen, the young 5-foot-7 attacking midfielder/forward started 11 of his 22 league appearances, scoring three goals and adding two assists. In cup competition, including UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League qualifying matches, he started six of 14 appearances, adding two assists. During that time, FC Salzburg twice won both the Austrian Bundesliga championship and the Austrian Cup in the same season, accomplishing the feat in 2013-14 and 2015-16. Reyna also enjoyed loan spells with then Austrian Bundesliga side SV Grödig, FC Red Bull Salzburg affiliate team FC Liefering of the Austrian Football First League, and German 2. Bundesliga club RB Leipzig. During the 2014-15 Austrian Bundesliga season with SV Grödig, Reyna scored 11 goals and added three assists in 19 appearances, and added another goal and assist in seven cup matches. Nicknamed Magic, Reyna developed with Alianza Lima in his youth, rising to their first team and making his professional debut in 2011. He went on to score 12 goals in 47 appearances in the Peruvian Primera División before his transfer to FC Red Bull Salzburg.

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