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USMNT switch information, reside! Newest stories, rumors, updates
USMNT switch information, reside! Newest stories, rumors, updates

USMNT switch information: With the 2022 World Cup now simply 5 months away from kicking off in Qatar, it appears just like the summer season switch window might be a busy time for a number of USMNT stars.

[ VIDEO: Transfer chat: USMNT players potentially on the move this summer ]

There’s Christian Pulisic and Tyler Adams, each of whom may be on the transfer in the hunt for common playtime. Elsewhere, Brendan Aaronson has already accomplished his transfer to the Premier League this summer season. There may be additionally John Brooks, who merely wants a membership keen to signal him.

It is time for a last push to assert a beginning place/record in Qatar, and for some, step one could also be to discover a new membership at house first.

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Below we round up the latest deals, reports and rumors and offer our analysis of the Arsenal transfer news as Joe Prince-Wright (Japan), Nicolas Mendola (NM) and Andy Edwards (UAE) will guide you through the next hectic few months.

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June 20 – Leeds consider a move for Tyler Adams

According to a report from Germany’s Sky Sports, Leeds are considering bringing Tyler Adams to Elland Road along with fellow USMNT star Brenden Aaronson (signed earlier this summer), to play under the American coach (and player). (former USMNT center himself) Jesse Marsh. Of course, Adams most recently played for Marsh during his brief stint as head coach of RB Leipzig last season, but they came back even further as it was Marsh who gave the 17-year-old Adams his professional debut in the summer. 2015 New York Red Bulls.

Adams has two years left on his contract at Leipzig, and Domenico Tedesco has made it very clear that Adams does not fit the mold he is looking for in a defensive midfield. It remains in the best interest of all involved (including the USMNT) that Adams leave Leipzig this summer and settle in a new, long-term home. The rumors linking Adams to a reunion with Marsh aren’t likely to stop any time soon. (AE)

June 9 – Chelsea listen to Christian Pulisic’s performances

[ MORE: Chelsea will listen to offers for Pulisic, Werner, Ziyech ]

Thomas Tuchel will reshape Chelsea’s defense this summer, but the attack could also see a shift in personnel. According to The Telegraph, the Blues are reportedly willing to listen to offers from Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech and Christian Pulisic.

The American wants to play on the left wing and has been used everywhere from the lieutenant nine to right-back at Chelsea. When it comes to playing in the Premier League, Mason Mount was the only striker to have more than 2,000 minutes for Chelsea last season.

May 26 – Brendan Aaronson signs Leeds after surviving relegation

[ MORE: Leeds sign USMNT attacker Brenden Aaronson ]

Another USMNT striker headed to the Premier League this summer, with Brenden Aaronson agreeing to transfer $30 million to Leeds United.

The $30 million transfer fee that only brings Brendan Aaronson from Salzburg to Leeds (although it pales in comparison to) Christian Pulisic’s $73 million transfer from Borussia Dortmund to Chelsea in the summer of 2019.

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