Weston McKennie, Christian Pulisic, Sergiño Dest and more: The list of American footballers who play in EuropeAbout 60 American players play in the main European leagues
The United States has a roster of nearly 60 players in Europe's top leagues after eight more players signed before the winter market close. Most of the transfers were on loan and many of the players have already worn the national team jersey. Jordan Morris, Paul Arriola, Daryl Dike, Brenden Aaronson, Bryan Reynolds, Mark McKenzie, David Accam, Brando Servania and Joe Scally are the new faces of the United States in European soccer in recent months, all coming from MLS.
Without a doubt, Chelsea's Chistian Pulisic is the great banner of American football in Europe. Behind him are other elements such as Zack Steffen, Manchester City goalkeeper, Weston McKinnie with Juventus, Sergiño Dest and Konrad de la Fuente with Barcelona.
American players in the five best leagues in Europe
England (Premier League): Owen Otawosie, Christian Pulisic, Tim Ream, Antonee Robinson, Zack Steffen, Paul Arriola, Geoff Cameron, Cameron Carter-Vickes, Daryl Dike, Duane Holmes, Jordan Morris, Matthew Olosunde and Sebastian Soto.
Germany (Bundesliga): Joe Scally, Tyler Adams, John Brooks, Timmy Chandler, Alfredo Morales, Gio Reyna, Chris Richards, Josh Sargent, Matthew Hoope, Bobby Wood and Julian Green.
Spain (La Liga): Sergiño Dest, Yunus Musah, Konrad de la Fuente and Shaq Moore.
Italy (Serie A): Weston McKennie, Bryan Reynolds, Andrija Novakovich and Giusepe Barone.
France (Ligue 1): Tim Weah, Nicholas Gioachini and Patrick Kofi.
American players in the rest of the European leagues
Netherlands (Eredivisie): Luca de la Torre, Richard Ledezma and Ulysses Llanez.
Belgium (Pro League): Mark McKenzie, Ethan Horvath, Matt Miazga and Kenny Saief.
Portugal (Primeira Liga): Reggie Cannon.