USA Made Players – MLS Buying Tips

The last outing of Roma, with the heavy defeat in Norway, gave a lot to talk about (badly) Bryan Reynolds. Perhaps more in the United States than in Italy. Let’s say that the Giallorossi fans have only increased his perplexity about the player, despite the fact that before his arrival he had been associated with several big clubs, including Juventus, and at high prices. Who’s next read what I wrote first about the player, both about technical and tactical characteristics, and about the high cost of the card.

For this reason, I wrote a list of interesting american players for italian leagues. Series A, Series B, and the Spring League have several American-owned teams that could tap into MLS and the North American markets in general. I will not write about Busio and Tessmann that have already been taken by Venice. Clark of the NY Red Bulls he is already engaged in Leipzig. We’ve talked a lot about that already, but here are some names that I think can be adapted to the “Italian” type of game.

Names that we have also discussed with various experts from the Italian company.

Walker Zimmerman (1993) – Nashville South Carolina

I think he’s the best American player in town. Defender who knows how to score. In Italy he can do very well outdoing himself from a tactical point of view, although at 28 he may not be an investment for the future because of the passport.

Adrien Perez (1995) – D.C. United

Incredible player. Fast and technically strong. He is a left-back that he knows how to return. There are not many Americans with these characteristics. Injuries and often being out of position have slowed him down, but he could do very well if he is continually committed to his role.

Cade Cowell (2003) – San Jose Earthquakes

To date, the best junior prospect in MLS. Many look for the attacker who scores. There are so many in the world. But there are few classic number 7s that come and go on the band (right). He knows how to fit in, knows how to dribble and is physically strong. He reminds me of Fusor.

Moses Nyeman (2003) – D.C. United

All for one, Nyeman for all. A motto that fits perfectly with the DC Utd midfielder. Modern midfielder who recovers ball after ball. Good for reading the action and getting the ball rolling again. His height slows him down. He is not very tall but he is certainly reliable. Take.

Ricardo Pepi (2003) – Dallas F.C.

Sought by several top European teams. Today is the future of the national team of stars and stripes. In Italy it should be installed and not immediately thrown into the fray. The qualities that you have. They already saw each other in the days of North Texas. For me it will go to Holland or Germany.

James Sands (2000) – NYCFC

One of the best American midfielders. Modern player who knows how to get into the defense line. He knows how to defend and he knows how to be a director. Belonging to the City family it will not be easy to take him but he is certainly trustworthy.

George Campbell (2001) – Atlanta United

Rocky central defender who could be the protagonist in B and aspire to something more.
Raised in the second team of Atlanta in the USL, he is also doing very well in MLS.

Paxten Aaronson (2003) – Philadelphia.

It is said (and is proving) that he is stronger than his brother Brenden who plays for Salzburg and has recently been linked to Milan as well. Technically strong midfielder who could be the future of the senior team. To be taken immediately before the price starts to rise.

I would like to name other names that seem interesting to me, but about which I still have doubts.

Brian Gutierrez (2003) – Chicago Fire

Classic number 10, technically very interesting but plays little. When you think of the phrase ball always tenyou can think very highly of him.

Manny Perez (1999) – Austin F.C.

Characteristics and role of Reynolds. Except that Austin’s right back played very little. Physically strong who knows how to push and cross. In Serie B he can be very useful, but he has to play.

Justin Che (2003) – Dallas F.C.

He is a right back who knows how to push, but who still fails in the defensive phase. I don’t think he is really fit for Serie A. I put him on this list only because Bayern are following him even though I think he will go to a German second league team.

Henry Kessler (1998) – New England Revolution

Physique and characteristics reminiscent of an old acquaintance of Italian football, Alexi Lalas. I don’t care and with Bruce Arena he has grown a lot.

Miguel Berry (1997) – Columbus Team

Characteristics similar to Dike and like the Orlando striker, for me more typical of a B than of a Serie A, except that Dike has a cost that is too disproportionate compared to the real value. I don’t care about Berry, he also has a Spanish passport, but he is at a point in his career where he has to find continuity in the game and role.

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