How many USMNT players are in the English Premier League? originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston
Looks like it’s time to become a USMNT fan.
Not only will the country play in the 2022 FIFA World Cup in November, but it will feature multiple players. upcoming 2022-23 English Premier League campaign.
Chelsea winger Christian Pulisic is an outstanding player, but he is not the only first team player to appear this season. Along with Pulisic, here’s everything you need to know about USMNT EPL players in 2022-23:
How many USMNT players are in the English Premier League?
There are currently eight USMNT players in the Premier League in 2022-23.
Which English Premier League team has the most USMNT players?
Leeds United currently have the most USMNT players on the team in 2022–23. Both are newly acquired signings in Brendan Aaronson as well as Tyler Adams. Chelsea also have Pulisic and centre-back Matt Miazga, although he has not played in the first team since 2019.
Who are the USMNT players in the English Premier League?
Here is a rundown of the eight players currently on the EPL roster:
Christian Pulisic, LW, Chelsea – Pulisic has been with the Blues since 2019 and has scored 19 goals in 74 appearances for the club. Pulisic will face competition from recently signed Raheem Sterling as a left winger.
Matt Miazga, CB, Chelsea – As mentioned above, Miazga no longer appears in USMNT, having only played four matches in the last two years. He joined Chelsea in 2016 but has been sent out on loan every season since.
Brenden Aaronson, CAM/CM, Leeds United Aaronsohn is a 21-year-old aspiring midfielder who reunited with American coach Jesse Marsh after playing for Austrian side RB Salzburg. He can play as number 10 or number 8 and is known for his ability to apply high pressure all over the field.
Tyler Adams, CDM, Leeds United – Adams is a 23-year-old defensive midfielder who can also play as a right-back if needed. He joined the team this summer after a three-year stint with Bundesliga club RB Leipzig and is looking to replace Calvin Phillips when he leaves for Manchester City.
Chris Richards, CB, Crystal Palace – Richards recently joined Patrick Vieira’s team and will compete for the starting centre-back role alongside Mark Gahey. If he impresses after moving from Bayern Munich to the Bundesliga, he could be one of the starting centre-backs in Qatar later this year.
Matt Turner, GK, Arsenal – Turner officially joined Arsenal this summer, following an initial deal agreement in January. He will compete for the role of Qatar’s number one goalkeeper but will need to impress as Aaron Ramsdale’s understudy in the UEFA Europa League and domestic cup matches. His main rival, Zach Steffen, will play on loan with Championship side Middlesbrough.
Anthony Robinson, LB, Fulham Robinson returned to Prem after playing there in the 2020/21 season for the same club. Fulham were relegated but returned to the English top flight after just one season. The fast left-back is looking to stay in shape to keep his starting role in Gregg Berhalter’s team.
Tim Rome, CB, Fulham – Ream is now 34 years old and no longer the preferred option due to his declining mobility and athleticism that Berhalter prefers, but he is a good veteran option in case the team needs him.