. Inheriting the #10 shirt at Chelsea Football Club means there are plans for him in the future. You know this guy, we don’t need to say more.
Weston Mckennie. An American will be playing in the same side as Cristiano Ronaldo. Need we go any further? Ok. 9-time Serie A winners and UCL hopefuls Juventus may just be the highest profile team we’ve seen an American at in decades. This is big
Tyler Adams. Last campaign was hindered by injury, but the right-back-midfielder hybrid is very clearly in Nagelsmann’s plans at Leipzig, who are set to challenge for the Bundesliga’s top four yet again this season.
Zack Steffen. He’ll be backup to Ederson at Manchester City, but the Citizens have yet to sign any other goalkeeper, which means Steffen is set to see plenty of first team minutes in the cup competitions.
Sergiño Dest. Could be gone from Ajax in the Eredivisie by the time you read this, as a move to Bayern Munich(!) could be on the cards, but the right back has skyrocketed in pedigree in the last year and a half and looks to only be going upwards. He’s only 19.
Gio Reyna. You saw him a curl a beauty in at Dortmund last year, and while he’s still likely to be on the fringes again this campaign, Dortmund is the place to be if you’re a young, up-and-comer.
This doesn’t even mention Weah, Brooks, Robinson, or Cannon. Not to get your hopes up, but… Here’s more from ESPN