The USMNT squad for the World Cup qualifiers in September

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The USMNT squad for the September World Cup qualifiers has been introduced with the FC Dallas prospect Ricardo Pepi leaving his first name.

Pepi is having fun with a incredible season and turned the youngest participant to attain a hat-trick within the MLS when he scored three in his group’s 4-0 win over LA Galaxy final month. He additionally beat the successful penalty to present his league victory within the MLS All-Star Game.

There had been hypothesis about his worldwide future, as he’s entitled to each the United States and Mexico. But supplied he makes an look within the upcoming worldwide break, he’ll solely have the option to symbolize USMNT in the longer term.

Pepi is joined by quite a few gamers who commerce in Europe. Chelsea ahead Christian Pulisic – who examined optimistic for coronavirus lately – has made the lower, as have Juventus Weston McKennie, RB Leipzig’s Tyler Adams and Barcelona’s Sergino Dest.

USMNT launches its World Cup qualifying marketing campaign with a visit to El Salvador, with matches in opposition to Canada and Honduras in fast succession.

Head coach Gregg Berhalter informed the MLS web site: “We have spent the last two years building the foundation and culture of the team for this moment.

“The World Cup qualifier is a difficult problem that requires a full group effort to achieve success. We are assured in our capability to fulfill the challenges introduced alongside the best way.”

The ?? team that opens the qualifying campaign @FIFAWorldCup 2022.

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– US Soccer MNT (@USMNT) August 26, 2021

Goalkeepers

Ethan Horvath – Nottingham ForestZack Steffen – Manchester CityMatt Turner – New England Revolution

DEFENDANT (10)

Cristian Roldan – Seattle SoundersJohn Brooks – WolfsburgSergiño Dest – BarcelonaMark McKenzie – GenkTim Ream – FulhamAntonee Robinson – FulhamMiles Robinson —Atlanta UnitedJames Sands – New York City FCDeAndre Yedlin – GalatasarayWalker Zimmerman – Nashville

INTERMEDIATOR

Kellyn Acosta – Colorado RapidsCristian Roldan – Seattle SoundersWeston McKennie – JuventusSebastian Lletget – LA GalaxyTyler Adams – RB Leipzig

FORWARD

Brenden Aaronson – RB SalzburgKonrad de la Fuente – Olympique Marseille Jordan Pefok – BSC Young BoysRicardo Pepi – FC DallasChristian Pulisic – ChelseaGio Reyna – Borussia DortmundJosh Sargent – Norwich CityTim Weah – Lille

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