Christian Pulisic, DeAndre Yedlin and Cameron Carter-Vickers among stars at USA training as they prepare at Brentford ahead of England friendly
- The USA are set to face England in a charity friendly at Wembley on Thursday
- Christian Pulisic and Co have been training at Brentford ahead of the match
- The likes of Spurs’ Cameron Carter-Vickers and DeAndre Yedlin were in action
- USA will then head to Belgium for a friendly against Italy next Tuesday
Borussia Dortmund star Christian Pulisic was front and centre as the United States squad were put through their paces at Brentford’s training ground on Monday.
The national team face England in the ‘Wayne Rooney Foundation International’ at Wembley on Thursday night, in what will be the striker’s 120th and final appearance.
The US team has some big names of their own, meanwhile, with the likes of Chelsea’s Matt Miazga, Newcastle defender DeAndre Yedlin, Tottenham youngster Cameron Carter-Vickers and Fulham’s Luca de la Torre all training this week.
Borussia Dortmund star Christian Pulisic was front and centre as the USA squad trained
Pulisic and his team-mates have been using Brentford’s training facilities ahead of the game
English-born players Antonee Robinson (left) and Cameron Carter-Vickers do some stretching
The squad are using Championship side Brentford’s facilities ahead of the game in north-west London, before they face Italy at the Luminus Arena in Genk.
The entire squad seemed focus during their training session at the start of the week, and will be keen to get one over Gareth Southgate’s side on their own patch.
Wolfsburg’s John Brooks and Schalke’s Weston McKennie are two other European-based players in the US squd, and they will be keen to attract interest from some of the Premier League big boys when they run out at Wembley.
America’s 18-year-old striker Josh Sargent (right), who plays for Werder Bremen, at training
Tottenham youngster Cameron Carter-Vickers is currently on loan at Championship Swansea
Pulisic is perhaps the biggest name on the USA’s books ahead of their friendly with England
Paris Saint-Germain’s Timothy Weah, son of George, has also been in the spotlight of late and is seen as a huge prospect for the coming years.
The US men’s national team is in a state of transition currently, with Dave Sarachan taking interim charge of the players.
He has been in the role for 10 months, managing 10 matches in that time, and he has given a huge 18 players their senior debuts.
Dave Sarachan is in interim charge, and has given 18 players their senior debut in 10 matches
The USA squad will face England in the ‘Wayne Rooney Foundation International’ on Thursday
Sarachan chats to his players at training on Monday, three days ahead of their Wembley clash
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