Deadline Day live! Transfer deals, how to watch, updates, analysis, videos – NBC Sports

  • September 18, 2022

We are here with your Deadline Day live coverage, as the summer transfer window shuts in the Premier League.
The window closes at 6pm ET, folks, so buckle up for a day of twists, drama and plenty of late deals.
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Premier League clubs have already smashed the record for the most money spent in a summer window but plenty are scrambling to get big deals over the line in the final hours, minutes and seconds of what has been a crazy summer window.
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Below we will keep you updated on all of the deals developing, plus you can watch Sky Sports’ deadline day show live from 12pm ET on Peacock, our NBC Sports analysts will have a show kicking off at 5pm ET after Leicester City vs Manchester United, and join the ProSoccerTalk crew for a live Q&A from 5:30pm ET as the window shuts.
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We have all angles covered for you on Deadline Day.
Wrapping up some of the confirmed deals so far on Deadline Day:
DEADLINE HAS PASSED! At 6pm the window shut but you know more deals will happen as the paperwork gets sorted.
Aubameyang and Zakaria to Chelsea still not confirmed, while Duje Caleta-Car to Southampton and Dan James’ move to Fulham have both been confirmed. Stay with us. Still plenty going on!
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5:20pm: Everton have signed James Garner from Manchester United!
5:01pm: There is one right away! Arthur Mello to Liverpool from Juventus on loan. Confirmed. What a big signing that is for Klopp. He needed extra cover in midfield.
We’re delighted to confirm the signing of @arthurhromelo on loan from Juventus for the remainder of the 2022-23 season, subject to international clearance 🙌🔴
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) September 1, 2022

We’re delighted to confirm the signing of @arthurhromelo on loan from Juventus for the remainder of the 2022-23 season, subject to international clearance 🙌🔴
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) September 1, 2022

5pm: One hour to go until the summer transfer window closes! Are we going to see a flurry of late deals!?
4:45pm: This is a great move for USMNT center back John Brooks. He was a free agent but has landed at Benfica. Could this be the move which gets him back into the USMNT squad for the World Cup? He will be playing in the Champions League and replaces Jan Vertonghen, who is heading to Anderlecht.
✍️ Bem-vindo, Brooks!
🇺🇸 🦅 Welcome!#EuAmoOBenfica || #Brooks
— SL Benfica (@SLBenfica) September 1, 2022

4:05pm: Denis Zakaria is heading to Chelsea to bolster their midfield.
Contracts have been exchanged between Chelsea and Juventus. Zakaria will become a Chelsea player.
📺: @peacockTV #DeadlineDay | #CFC
— NBC Sports Soccer (@NBCSportsSoccer) September 1, 2022

4:00pm: Ainsley Maitland-Niles heads to Southampton on loan from Arsenal. A very versatile player and this is a good pick-up from Southampton. Maitland-Niles, 25, was on loan at Roma last season.
Welcome to #SaintsFC, @MaitlandNiles 😇
— Southampton FC (@SouthamptonFC) September 1, 2022

3:52pm: More reaction from Sergino Dest’s move to Milan. Initially on loan but the Italian giants can sign him for $20 million. This is a very good move for Dest.
I’m so proud and excited to join the Champions of Italy and such a historic club! Forza Milan 🔴⚫️ @acmilan
— Sergiño Dest (@sergino_dest) September 1, 2022

3:45pm: Tick-tock! Just over two hours of the summer window left and there are still plenty of deals developing. Michy Batshuayi to Nottingham Forest and Dan James to Fulham are just a couple of the deals still in the works.
3pm: Leander Dendoncker is headed from Wolves to Aston Villa for around $16 million in a move that will strengthen Villa… but hold on, right?
Does this move signal that Villa could be talked into selling Douglas Luiz with Arsenal said to want to reunite the ex-Man City prospect with former City assistant Mikel Arteta?
2:21pm: USMNT back Sergino Dest is staying in the UEFA Champions League, heading from Barcelona to AC Milan on loan with a reported $20 million option to buy.
Milan has also signed Schalke upstart Malick Thiaw.
Official, confirmed. Sergino Dest has joined AC Milan on loan with €20m buy option from Barcelona. 🔴⚫️✅ #DeadlineDay
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) September 1, 2022

2:01pm: Chelsea’s said to have landed Denis Zakaria from Juventus. The Swiss midfielder only moved to Juve from Borussia Monchengladbach in January, and this could be a big move for the Blues.
Zakaria’s been wanted by many clubs, at least in the rumor mill, and could represent a coup for Thomas Tuchel.
A loan-to-buy deal is nice for Chelsea, who would add a World Cup-level midfielder that is still 25 until November.
Zakaria is an excellent reader of the game both in progressing the ball through passing and dribbling, and also defensively when it comes to interceptions.
Denis Zakaria to Chelsea, here we go! Total agreement reached with Juventus as revealed earlier. Loan deal agreed, personal terms also approved. 🚨🔵 #CFC
Exclusive news confirmed. Medical ongoing in Italy. ✅
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) September 1, 2022

1:26pm: Man City teenager Lucas Mbete is heading on loan to Huddersfield Town in the Championship. The 18-year-old was an unused sub for a pair of Premier League matches earlier this season, and made three senior appearances across cup competitions last season.
12:50pm: David De Gea is back in form but any struggles won’t leave Erik ten Hag without options.
Martin Dubravka is going on loan to Manchester United from Newcastle, where he’s starred for a long time but has slipped behind Nick Pope in the pecking order.
12:10pm: It is getting very busy now. Billy Gilmour is heading to Brighton on a permanent deal, according to Fabrizio Romano, while Southampton look set to sign Croatian international Duje Caleta-Car from Marseille for up to $10 million. It’s all going on!
🚨#SaintsFC are in the process of finalising an agreement to sign Duje Ćaleta-Car from Marseille.
The club are now firm favourites to sign the centre-back, with a medical needed to do. Worth in the region of £12-15m.
Story on @TheAthleticUK
— Jacob Tanswell (@J_Tanswell) September 1, 2022

11:59am: Willian has agreed a one-year deal at Fulham. The 34-year-old Brazilian winger is heading back to the Premier League.
11:45am: Frank Lampard has received a big addition to his midfield options, as Idrissa Gueye has re-joined. The Senegalese midfielder will add plenty of grit to Everton’s engine room and is exactly the type of player they need. Okay, next step: a striker.
Welcome back, @IGanaGueye! 💙
— Everton (@Everton) September 1, 2022

11:32am: Layvin Kurzawa has signed for Fulham on loan from PSG. That will strengthen the Cottagers’ defense. Excellent signing.
11:25am: El Tri fans, a little update for you on Edson Alvarez. According to reports in Holland, Ajax have met with Alvarez and told him he will not be sold on deadline day and will not be moving to Chelsea. That’s the end of that one, I guess.
BREAKING: Hamstra en Huntelaar melden #Alvarez in @cruijffarena dat deal naar #Chelsea onbespreekbaar is.
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 Hamstra and Huntelaar tell Alvarez in Johan Cruijff ArenA that he cannot go to Chelsea and will stay with #Ajax
— Mike Verweij (@MikeVerweij) September 1, 2022

11:05am: USMNT fans, big news on John Brooks. The free agent pulled out of a move to Real Mallorca in La Liga at the last moment and reports in Portugal state he is now heading to Benfica. That would be a great move for Brooks, 29, as he will be playing in the Champions League. This is exactly the reason why he became a free agent and was holding out for the right situation.
John Brooks já está em Portugal para fazer exames médicos e assinar pelo Benfica. Avião com o central norte-americano. ex-Hertha e Wolfsburg, aterrou em instantes em Tires
— Bruno Andrade (@brunoandrd) September 1, 2022

11am: A few twists and turns now as Willian appears to be heading to Fulham along with Dan James on loan, while Jan Bednarek appears to moving to Aston Villa on loan instead of West Ham. Also, Arsenal are really pushing hard to sign Douglas Luiz…
🚨 Arsenal going back in with 2nd offer for Aston Villa midfielder Douglas Luiz. Opening #AFC approach for Brazil international unsuccessful but they aren’t giving up. #AVFC insist 24yo will not be leaving. Player believed to be keen on move @TheAthleticUK
— David Ornstein (@David_Ornstein) September 1, 2022

9:15am: Joao Pedro is not heading to Everton as he’s revealed he is staying at Watford but the Toffees are expected to add two central midfielders. Idrissa Gueye is heading back to Everton, according to our partners in the UK at Sky Sports, while James Garner is set to join from Manchester United for around $17.3 million.
9:10am: A few more moves to keep an eye on are Hector Bellerin to Barcelona, as he has reportedly terminated his contract at Arsenal and he’s heading back to his boyhood club.
🚨 Arsenal have agreed to let Hector Bellerin join Barcelona. Free transfer – not a contract termination. 27yo awaiting permission to travel for medical after agreeing terms with #FCBarcelona. Taking a pay cut & waiving any payments #AFC owe @TheAthleticUK
— David Ornstein (@David_Ornstein) September 1, 2022

8:52am: One to keep an eye on, as Mexico star Edson Alvarez is reportedly not training for Ajax as he seeks to push through a potential $50 million move to Chelsea. El Tri fans will be very excited by the possibility of Alvarez heading to Stamford Bridge.
NIEUWS: @EdsonAlvarez19 traint niet mee bij #Ajax. Mexicaan wil dat club meewerkt aan vertrek naar #Chelsea.
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 Edson Alvarez will not train with Ajax. Mexican wants club to cooperate with departure to Chelsea.
— Mike Verweij (@MikeVerweij) September 1, 2022

8:45am: Liverpool have been planning to bring in a new central midfielder given all of their injury issues in that area and it appears that Juventus and Brazil midfielder Arthur Melo is their main target. Talks are ongoing over a loan deal for Arthur.
#Arthur set to undergo medicals with @LFC. Loan from @juventusfc. 🔴🇧🇷⌛️ #Liverpool #LFC #SkyCalciomercatoDay @SkySport
Details here ⤵️
— Gianluca Di Marzio (@DiMarzio) September 1, 2022

8:40am: Leeds are making a late move for Marseille and Senegal forward Bamba Dieng, with Dan James heading to Fulham on loan.
Bamba Dieng to Leeds, Dan James to Fulham: here we go! Both deals are almost done, set to be completed. 🚨🚨 #DeadlineDay
▫️ Bamba Dieng will join Leeds from OM on €10m package bid;
▫️ Dan James will join Fulham on loan from Leeds.
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) September 1, 2022

8:14am: This Aubameyang deal is developing quickly, as he is now flying to London to complete the formalities.
🚨 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been authorised to travel to London after Chelsea + Barcelona reached verbal agreement for transfer. Private jet ready for 33yo to fly over & if all goes to plan sign 2+1yr deal @TheAthleticUK #CFC #FCBarcelona #DeadlineDay
— David Ornstein (@David_Ornstein) September 1, 2022

7:30am: Chelsea and Barcelona have finally agreed a deal for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, as the 33-year-old striker has also agreed terms with the west London club. Aubameyang is heading back to London and the former Arsenal star will reunite with Thomas Tuchel, as the duo enjoyed a hugely successful spell together at Borussia Dortmund.
Full agreement now sealed between Pierre Aubameyang, his camp and Chelsea on the contract: 2 year deal plus 1 option. It was almost agreed two weeks ago and now sealed. 🚨🔵 #CFC
Chelsea and Barça are now working to get the deal done as soon as possible. Talks still ongoing.
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) September 1, 2022

7:15am: Manchester City have confirmed the signing of Swiss center back Manuel Akanji. The 27-year-old joins from Borussia Dortmund and adds vast experience and depth to City’s defense. Given some of the injury issues they’ve had at center back in recent seasons, this is a very savvy move and Akanji reportedly cost just $18 million as he was in the final year of his deal at Dortmund.
We are delighted to announce we have completed the signing of Manuel Akanji from Borussia Dortmund! ✍️
— Manchester City (@ManCity) September 1, 2022

7am: Plenty of dominoes are starting to fall as deals gather pace on Deadline Day. Aston Villa are close to signing Leander Dendoncker from Wolves and it looks like he could replace Douglas Luiz who has been linked with a $29 million move to Arsenal due to only having one year left on his contract. Elsewhere, Wolves also look set to sign West Ham defender Craig Dawson and that means West Ham will move to sign Southampton center back Jan Bednarek on loan. And that means Southampton are planning to sign Marseille center back Duje Caleta-Car. And that means Jack Stephens is also expected to join Bournemouth on loan. Basically, deadline day is like trying to sell a house, which is in a ridiculously long chain, in just a few hours…
Offer has been accepted by Wolves. Expectation is Dendoncker will sign for Villa.
— Sami Mokbel (@SamiMokbel81_DM) September 1, 2022

6:55am: Manchester United have completed the signing of Antony from Ajax, with the transfer fee expected to be in the region of $100 million. This is a huge signing for United and their new boss Erik ten Hag.
📞 Calling: @Antony00 🇧🇷
Welcome to United ❤️ #MUFC
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) September 1, 2022

6:45am: A few deals we expected to happen don’t seem to be materilazing as Cody Gakpo isn’t heading to Leeds or Southampton. Both wanted to sign the Dutch winger but PSV have decided to hold onto their prized possession, for now. Ukraine winger Mykhaylo Mudryk is also staying at Shakhtar Donetsk as both Brentford and Everton wanted to sign him.
Shakhtar Donetsk expect Mykhaylo Mudryk to stay at the club — no Deadline move despite Brentford interest and Everton bid rejected more than 7 days ago. 🚨🇺🇦 #transfers
Arsenal have never submitted any proposal. Interest, agent contact and nothing else.
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) September 1, 2022

🚨 PSV Eindhoven do not intend to sell Cody Gakpo. Disappointment for Southampton & Leeds United – #LUFC had director of football Victor Orta in Netherlands to secure deal but #PSV set to keep 23yo winger. W/ @PhilHay_ @TheAthleticUK #SaintsFC #DeadlineDay
— David Ornstein (@David_Ornstein) September 1, 2022

Everton seeks its first win of the Premier League season when it entertains West Ham United at Goodison Park on Sunday (Watch live at 9:15am ET Sunday on USA Network and online via
The Toffees have drawn four-straight matches after starting the season with a pair of losses, the last one a scoreless split with Liverpool in the Merseyside derby that could’ve gone either way.
West Ham finally gets a chance to return to a Premier League pitch following a scandalous decision that cost it a point against Chelsea in a 2-1 loss. The Irons did beat FCSB in Europa League play days after the Chelsea setback.

Kick off: 9:15am ET Sunday
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It’s a possible “swing game” for Frank Lampard’s Everton heading into the international break. The Toffees will feel good about their unbeaten run over four outings, but a loss quickly turns the discussion back to Everton’s zero wins to start the season.
West Ham does sit in the bottom three after six games despite very little question whether the Irons’ quality remains top-half. A loss to Everton would keep David Moyes and the West Ham faithful looking around for answers as to what, exactly, is wrong with a talented, deep squad.
Look no further than Jordan Pickford when it comes to Everton’s steady run of form. The Toffees have only allowed multiple goals on one occasion this season (Aston Villa) despite having the sixth-highest xGA in the Premier League.
Declan Rice continues to control the midfield for West Ham, while Michail Antonio’s been producing over the past few games.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin (knee) and Abdoulaye Doucoure (thigh) could return to the fold but there are still five absences for the Toffees: Mason Holgate (knee), Jordan Pickford (thigh), Yerry Mina (ankle), Ben Godfrey (broken leg), and Andros Townsend (knee).
Nayef Aguerd (lower leg) and Ben Johnson (thigh) are out of action, while Aaron Cresswell has a decent shot to return after two weeks out of the lineup.

Arsenal looks to keep hold of first place in the Premier League when the Gunners skip across London to meet Brentford on Sunday (Watch live at 7am ET on USA Network and online via
Mikel Arteta’s side could find themselves outside of first place for the first time in weeks if Man City or Spurs win Saturday outings.
Arsenal lost its last Premier League outing, 3-1 to Manchester United, but bounced back to win 2-1 at Zurich in Europa League play four days later.
It was a 5-2 win over Leeds when we last saw Brentford, as the Bees broke out of a three-match winless skid in Premier League play.
The Bees are one of only two sides to outscore Arsenal through six league matches this season, though their nine points are six back of the Premier League leaders.

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The Europa League win over Zurich, away to boot, was a very nice sign but an away win over Brentford would be a terrific indication that the Gunners’ mentality was unaffected by their loss to Manchester United. And how will Arsenal react if “behind” Man City or Spurs before kickoff.
Brentford, meanwhile, has played pretty darn good football but Ivan Toney and Company want to assert themselves as one of the top sides in the Premier League and holding serve against the Gunners could see them just three points behind Arsenal.
The attacking players have been rightly getting a lot of Arsenal love, but let’s focus on Albert Sambi Lokonga and Gabriel, who have became mainstays for the Gunners and will be key to holding down the fort if Thomas Partey cannot go.
The Bees are all about the team concept but Ivan Toney has really started to take hold of his chance to become an elite Premier League striker. He’s the total package.
Sergi Canos (thigh) could be back in the squad. Ethan Pinnock (knee) and Christian Norgaard (tendonitis) will not play against the Gunners.
There’s a chance that Thomas Partey (thigh) could return for this one, but Reiss Nelson (thigh), Mohamed Elneny (thigh), and Emile Smith-Rowe (groin) will not be in the squad.

This was a heck of a day in European football, and the USMNT players abroad played their parts well.
Also a heck of a day for Borussias (Borussium? Plural police?).
Borussia Dortmund won a derby and sits first after Bayern Munich suffered a surprise loss.
Borussia Monchengladbach thumped RB Leipzig to move back within shouting distance of the top of the table.
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Robert Lewandowski proved his shooting boots are still fine while the latest Barcelona teen to raise eyebrows picked up two assists.
And Ricardo Pepi had a little more pep in his step after being called up to USMNT camp and bagged his first Eredivisie goal.
Read on!
Robert Lewandowski is going to get a whole ton of headlines after bagging a pair of goals in La Liga following his chance-frittering day against former club Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League.
But look at Xavi doing Barca things, bringing a teenage-year-old left back into the fold for a two-assist day in a 3-0 win over 10-man Elche.
Balde turns 19 next month and has made a handful of senior appearances in each of the last two seasons, but appearance No. 6 was a magic one on Saturday (video below).
La Masi-you later!
Elsewhere in La Liga, USMNT man Yunus Musah remained out through injury for Valencia and that meant we did not have USMNT vs USMNT when Luca de la Torre came off Celta Vigo’s bench late in Valencia’s 3-0 win.
Robert Lewandowski gives Barcelona the lead 👏
— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) September 17, 2022

Giovanni Reyna in a Revierderby. Joe Scally In a top-four tilt (most years) versus RB Leipzig.
Oooh, this is why we like our best and brightest sliding into historic club.
Reyna again had to come off the bench for injured Marco Reus, the latter part being a disheartening trend and a possibly World Cup-ending injury for the BVB bright light, but Borussia Dortmund won the first Revierderby in a few seasons by a 1-0 score at home to Schalke.
Reyna entered in the 32nd minute and went 52 minutes before Thorgan Hazard brought a more veteran presence to the field with BVB in the lead with six minutes to play at the Westfalenstadion.
He finished with a key passes, two completed dribbles, and two shots (neither was on target).
As for Scally, Borussia Monchengladbach seized a bit of momentum by putting a 3-0 beating on Leipzig. The right back won 7-of-10 duels and drew two fouls while registering a key pass
And by the way, Bayern lost to Augsburg despite Manuel Neuer’s best efforts. Dortmund’s in first!
— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) September 17, 2022

Even as Augsburg scores a historic win over Bayern Munich, Ricardo Pepi is enjoying life on loan from the Bundesliga set.
Called up to the USMNT for friendlies versus Japan and Saudi Arabia later this month while in-form Union Berlin striker Jordan Pefok was not, his form is clearly joining his national team stock while on loan in the Netherlands.
An assist on debut in a draw versus Cambuur was nice and now the lone Groningen goal in a 2-1 loss to Sparta Rotterdam gave him goal contributions in consecutive games.
Look out Saudi Arabia and Japan? Look out Wales? Here’s where I embed the video at top of my questioning Pefok’s omission and Pepi’s inclusion. Because honesty is good.
Really classy header here:
RICARDO PEPI GOAL 🇺🇸 The 19-year-old from El Paso opens his FC Groningen account with this header in his very first start for the team. This comes just days after being called up to the USMNT’s latest camp. What a week he is having. ❤️🙌🇺🇸
— Men in Blazers (@MenInBlazers) September 17, 2022

Break out your crystal balls and tell us what the latest USMNT roster announcement tells us about the team Gregg Berhalter will bring to Qatar for the 2022 World Cup later this year, while a Yunus Musah injury is not what U.S. fans want to be talking about.
Groningen forward Ricardo Pepi, AC Milan’s Sergino Dest, and Royal Antwerp’s Sam Vines are back in the fold as Berhalter named the men who will represent the United States men’s national team in friendlies against Saudi Arabia and Japan later this month.
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That comes with absences. Of course, there are still injured and ailing players who will not be utilized in the friendlies but could still figure into the World Cup squad.
Timothy Weah and Antonee Robinson are hurt, Zack Steffen is nursing a knee problem, and Miles Robinson is still recovering from his Achilles surgery, while Valencia’s Yunus Musah is ruled out for the games in Europe against Japan and Saudi Arabia as he suffered a groin injury.
Valencia boss Gennaro Gattuso has revealed that Musah has not trained for a few days and he will not play for Valencia in their La Liga clash against Celta Vigo on Saturday as he suffered a groin injury.
“He has a little discomfort. It is not a big thing. He has not trained today. I have to talk to the doctor after the press conference because he has a small injury. I don’t know if he will be able to play in the game, but he has not trained today,” Gattuso said.
Paul Tenorio from The Athletic then reported that Musah, 19, will not be released for the international break and will stay with Valencia to recover from his injury. Musah has been in great form for Valencia at the start of this season, starting all five of their La Liga games so far. The USMNT confirmed the news, with Johnny Cardoso called up to replace him.
This injury news is a blow but it doesn’t seem to be anything serious. The most frustrating thing for Berhalter will be not getting Musah playing time alongside Weston McKennie and Tyler Adams in midfield as that trio are nailed-on to start at the World Cup. Well, as long as they are fit.
Johnny Cardoso, 20, has been selected to replace Musah and the New Jersey native, who plays for Internacional in Brazil, was last called up in December 2021 for the friendly against Bosnia. He has been in good form and this is a final, and unexpected, chance for him to impress Berhalter.
𝐑𝐎𝐒𝐓𝐄𝐑 𝐍𝐄𝐖𝐒: Johnny Cardoso added to the #USMNT‘s September training camp roster, Yunus Musah forced to withdraw with groin injury.
— U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team (@USMNT) September 16, 2022

There’s a question of whether in-form Union Berlin forward Jordan Pefok, who picked up a knock recently but played 75 minutes at the weekend, is being slighted or still not at full fitness. Surely there’s something more here unless Berhalter has already decided against the player.
So far there haven’t been too many in-form players to miss out, excepting John Brooks. And it’s not surprising that new Benfica signing remains out of the squad.
However, Pefok missing out would signal a mixed message as Union is the surprise leader of the Bundesliga and the player’s been a huge part of it. De la Torre, Dest, and Richards are slightly or much more proven entities in the team but are barely seeing the field right now.
Also missing out are Fulham’s Tim Ream, Antalyaspor’s Haji Wright, Seattle’s Cristian Roldan, and Troyes’ Erik Palmer-Brown.
It’s possible that Berhalter has not ruled out any of the above players but has a handle on where they are in his system but wants to get an up-close view of Vines, Pepi, and others for the first time in a while.
The Yanks meet Japan in Dusseldorf, Germany on Sept. 23. They’ll then tangle with Saudi Arabia in Murcia, Spain on Sept. 27.
Goalkeepers: Ethan Horvath, Sean Johnson, Matt Turner
Defenders: Reggie Cannon, Cameron Carter-Vickers, Sergino Dest, Aaron Long, Chris Richards, Joe Scally, Sam Vines, DeAndre Yedlin, Walker Zimmerman
Midfielders: Kellyn Acosta, Tyler Adams, Luca de la Torre, Weston McKennie, Johnny Cardoso, Malik Tillman
Forwards: Brenden Aaronson, Paul Arriola, Jesus Ferreira, Jordan Morris, Ricardo Pepi, Christian Pulisic, Giovanni Reyna, Josh Sargent.


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