By IVES GALARCEP
The U.S. Men’s National Team’s friendly against Ukraine is just two days away, and we’ve seen some major roster turnover since the squad was announced last Thursday, meaning it has become that much tougher to figure out just who Klinsmann will start on Wednesday.
Michael Bradley, Mix Diskerud and Tim Ream have pulled out of the match, giving Klinsmann fewer options to work with. Bradley was expected to start, and Ream was considered an option to start.
Jonathan Spector has been added to the team, but seems a long shot to start.
So who will Klinsmann turn to now that he has had a handful of players pull out? Here is a projected squad we can see taking the field against Ukraine:
PROJECTED USMNT STARTING LINEUP vs. UKRAINE
What do you think of the lineup? What changes would you make? Like the idea of potentially starting Edgar Castillo at left back?
Share your thoughts below.