The USMNT has a load of talent in Europe. How would they stack up on the field?



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With no concrete plans for the U.S. men’s national soccer team for the rest of the calendar year, fans are left to wonder what the team could shape up to be.

Gregg Berhalter hasn’t had a team to coach since February, but there’s plenty of talent strewn across the globe to choose from.

Manchester City goalkeeper Zack Steffan is the latest USMNT player to feature for his side, making his official debut against Bournemouth in a 2-1 Carabao Cup victory Thursday. He joins a plethora of other young stars who have established themselves as key figures on their European squads.

Weston McKennie recently joined Cristiano Ronaldo at Italian powerhouse Juventus with new manager Andrea Pirlo, a World Cup-winning midfielder whom McKinnie could thrive under.

Manchester City goalkeeper Zack Steffen warms up ahead of the English League Cup third-round match against Bournemouth on Thursday. (Photo: Laurence Griffiths, AP)

In Spain, Konrad de la Fuente is breaking into Barcelona’s first team alongside Lionel Messi in attack.

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