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Post #1
Monday July 16, 2018 8:24am

Joined Jul 2012
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So a new cycle begins for the USMNT. It looks like the future of the USMNT the next 4 years will potentially be comprised heavily of Bundesliga/ Bundesliga 2 players. Let's take a closer look:

Bundesliga:

BVB: Pulisic
Schalke: Mckennie, Taitigue, Wright(probably won't be with Schalke much longer)
Werder: Sargent, Johannsson
Hertha Berlin: Klinsmann
Hannover: Wood
Wolfsburg: Brooks
Düsseldorf: Morales
Nurnburg: Tillman(signs still pointing to him filing for the one time switch)
Frankfurt: Chandler
RB Leipzig: Adams is going to sign

Bundesliga 2:

Fürth: Green
Duisburg: Gyau
Union Berlin: Maloney

Also the Bundesliga is continuing to scout more American youngsters. Germany has a very lax work permit laws. It's free money for German teams to sign American players due to labor laws in the US that doesn't allow the selling of minors. So sadly MLS/ UDL teams/ academies do not get compensated for academy players.

Know Nothing
Post #2
Monday July 16, 2018 3:35pm

Joined Jan 2013
Total Posts: 1,381
Original post from 2tone

So a new cycle begins for the USMNT. It looks like the future of the USMNT the next 4 years will potentially be comprised heavily of Bundesliga/ Bundesliga 2 players. Let's take a closer look:

Bundesliga:

BVB: Pulisic
Schalke: Mckennie, Taitigue, Wright(probably won't be with Schalke much longer)
Werder: Sargent, Johannsson
Hertha Berlin: Klinsmann
Hannover: Wood
Wolfsburg: Brooks
Düsseldorf: Morales
Nurnburg: Tillman(signs still pointing to him filing for the one time switch)
Frankfurt: Chandler
RB Leipzig: Adams is going to sign

Bundesliga 2:

Fürth: Green
Duisburg: Gyau
Union Berlin: Maloney

Also the Bundesliga is continuing to scout more American youngsters. Germany has a very lax work permit laws. It's free money for German teams to sign American players due to labor laws in the US that doesn't allow the selling of minors. So sadly MLS/ UDL teams/ academies do not get compensated for academy players.


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