Football, sometimes known as soccer, is one of the sports with the most spectators throughout the globe; each year, billions of people tune in to watch the most prestigious matches in the sport. American soccer players have continued to make waves in the best leagues in Europe over the course of the past few seasons.
Pulisic made his debut for Borussia Dortmund in January 2016 as a 16-year-old in the club’s youth system. His time at Dortmund culminated in him winning the 2017 DFB-Pokal with them, which he then transferred to Chelsea in the January 2019 transfer window. His injury setbacks have slowed his progress recently, but he’s had plenty of individual success during his time in England so far. He scored 11 goals and had 10 assists in all competitions during his first season at Chelsea, including a hat trick against Burnley.
Jesse Marsch’s RB Leipzig is now dominated by Tyler Adams. A member of the New York Red Bulls reserve team in the USL Championship, Adams had been signed by the league’s New York Red Bulls when he was discovered. Adams made his professional soccer debut with the New York Red Bulls in a 1-0 loss against the New England Revolution shortly after being drafted. At Leipzig, he was out for a long time before he could play again.
Reyna’s name is a tribute to his father’s former Rangers colleague, Giovanni van Bronckhorst, who signed for Borussia Dortmund. The 17-year-old broke Christian Pulisic’s record for the youngest American to feature in a Bundesliga game when he made his Dortmund debut in January. In the first leg of their round-of-16 match against Paris Saint-Germain, he came off the bench and set up Erling Haaland for the game-winning goal, making him the youngest American to play and record an assist in the UEFA Champions League. Dortmund lost 2–3 to Werder Bremen in the DFB-Pokal last season, and Reyna scored his first professional goal in the game.
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As a versatile midfielder, Yunus Musah stands out. The right-winger can also play in the middle of the field, despite his preference for the right side. Yunus Dimoara Musah, is now playing in the Spanish La Liga for Valencia. A few months before joining Valencia CF, Musah had been signed by Arsenal FC Academy. September 15, 2019, marked his debut for Valencia CF B. In the wake of Javi Gracia’s arrival, Musah was given a chance to become a first-team regular. Despite missing time due to injury, Yunus Musah’s future at Valencia looks bright. When it comes to American soccer players, Musah is one of the best to follow in Europe. As Valencia CF looks to end the season on a positive note, he is expected to contribute.
Timothy Weah, the son of Liberia’s football legend and current president, George Weah, was aided in his football career from an early age. Weah had trials with Chelsea as a 13-year-old. The Paris Saint-Germain Academy product made his professional debut in 2018 after earning a contract with the club the previous year. Weah was loaned out to Celtic for six months before joining Lille in 2019 after failing to make an impact at Paris Saint-Germain. Having represented the United States at various levels since he was a teenager, Timothy Weah made his senior squad debut in 2018.
These are five amazing player who are American born but are doing amazing in the European leagues.
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