Between the Concacaf Nations League finals and the Gold Cup, all in the lead up to the start of World Cup qualifying in the fall, a very busy summer is quickly approaching for the US men’s national team.
It also marks an important stretch of matches for the long list of forwards hovering around the team, as Gregg Berhalter will have to answer what now feels like an age-old question: Who starts up top for the US, and can that person become the team’s primary starter going forward?
On the latest Club and Country . . .