Atlanta United's own Brad Guzan will be representing his country once again. The 32-year-old goalkeeper, who has 53 caps to his name already, was named to the roster for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Trinidad and Tobago and Mexico on June 8th and the 11th.
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Guzan, who just finished up the European season in the Premier League with Middlesbrough, will be competing for minutes against fellow goalkeepers Tim Howard, Nick Rimando and Ethan Horvath. He'll then have a few weeks to prepare for his return to MLS. He will officially join Atlanta United when the MLS secondary transfer window opens on July 10th.
- WATCH: Our one-on-one interview with Brad Guzan at the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Training Ground
Here's the full roster for the upcoming USMNT World Cup Qualifiers: