USMNT director Gregg Berhalter called Gio Reyna, along with 17-year-old Christian Pulisick and wounded Englishman Yunus Musus, 17, on his list of 24 places for a number of friendly matches at the end of the month without notice.
The youth team – the average age – 21 years, 300 days – consists exclusively of players who are going to work abroad.
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Dortmund midfielder Borussia Raina, son of former US Captain Claudio Raina, is one of the ten unemployed players who will join the team.
With the Rhine and Musa, which may also represent Ghana, Johnny Cardozo of Internacional nodded his head.
Born in Brazil, Cardozo is the first player in 24 years to have won a challenge in the U.S. by playing for a club outside CONCAAF or UEFA. Another double citizen is Telstar striker Sebastian Soto, who has the right to represent Mexico and Chile as well as the United States.
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Other guests included a record nine Leipzig Champions League players, including Tyler Adams from RB, Sergino Dest from Barcelona, Weston McKenney from Juventus and Pulisik from Chelsea.
Pulisik had doubts about the team after injuring his hamstring in the warm-up last weekend during a game against Bernley. However, at a press conference prior to the Champions League game against Rennes on Wednesday, Chelsea manager Frank Lampard said that the injury analysis showed that it was a very minor injury, but that he would not play on Wednesday.
We are pleased to reconvene this group, Berhalter said in a statement. I’m proud of the way the players have overcome difficult situations – they stay together. We have laid a solid foundation and we now have the opportunity to continue working together in preparation for the 12 months that will be decisive for our team.
Wales, which is doing well without manager Ryan Giggs, will be in the 12. First against Wales and then on 16 November. November to Austria to play against Panama.
Fault! The file name is not specified. Giovanni Reina prepares for his international debut. Lars Baron / Bundesliga / Bundesliga Collection at Getty Images
The average age of the list is 21 years and 300 days. Beginning goalkeeper Zack Steffen, who is now the replacement goalkeeper of Manchester City after a loan from Fortuna Düsseldorf, was evaluated for the first time in 2019. Lille striker Tim Wah, son of former FIFA footballer of the year and current Liberian president George Wah, is working in the United States for the first time since 2018 after recovering from a series of injuries.
Due to the circumstances associated with the pandemic, the games will be played without fans in the stadiums. The participants were released from quarantine, which was made available to professional sports organisations.
The game against Wales will be USMNT’s first game since February, when it defeated Costa Rica 1-0.
Since their 4-0 victory over Cuba in the CONCAAF League of Nations on January 19, the Americans are the first team in the world to qualify for the CONCAAF competition. November last year with most of the players in their group who had not played by FIFA. Exhibitions in the Netherlands and Wales in March have been cancelled, as well as the fourth CONCACAF National League final in June and the start of the World Cup qualifiers in September.
The players will sit down from 8 o’clock. November at camp.
Management mission (hats/heads)
VRATARI (3) : Ethan Horvath (Club Brugge/Bel; 4/0), Chitur Odunze (Lester City/NY; 0/0), Zach Steffen (Manchester City/NY; 17/0).
(7 ) : John Brooks (Wolfsburg/GER; 38/3), Reggie Cannon (Boavista/POR; 10/0), Sergino Dest (Barcelona/ESP; 3/0), Matt Miyazga (Anderlecht/BEL; 18/1), Tim Rome (Fulham/ENG; 40/1), Chris Richards (Bayern Munich/GER; 0/0), Anthony Robinson (Fulham/ENG; 7/0).
MIDFIELDER (6) : Tyler Adams (RB Leipzig/GER; 10/1), Johnny Cardozo (Internacional/BRA; 0/0), Richard Ledesma (PSV Eindhoven/NED; 0/0), Weston McKenny (Juventus/ITA; 19/6), Yunus Musa (Valencia/ESP; 0/0), Owen Otasovi (Wolverhampton/ENG; 0/0).
FRONT (8) : Conrad de la Fuente (Barcelona/EP; 0/0), Nicholas Gioacchini (Caen/France; 0/0), Christian Pulisic (Chelsea/Eng; 34/14), Uli Llanes (Heerenveen/Ned) ; 1/1), Gio Reyna (Borussia Dortmund/OER; 0/0), Josh Sargent (Werder Bremen/OER; 12/5), Sebastian Soto (Telstar/Ned; 0/0), Tim Oua (Lille/France; 8/1).