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    ARSENAL are interested in re-signing USA's World Cup star Yunus Musah and sent scouts out to Qatar to watch him, according to reports. The 20-year-old American was allowed to leave the Gunners back in 2019 after seven years at the Hale End academy. 1Yunus Musah impressed for USA at the World CupCredit: Getty He departed North London to join Valencia where he has begun to impress for the LaLiga outfit. Central midfielder Musah has scored five goals and provided three assists in 81 appearances for Gennaro Gattuso's side, but it is at the World Cup where he has caught the eye once more. He was one of USA's best-performing players in Qatar as they drew with Wales and England and beat Iran to reach the last-16. They were eventually eliminated by Holland in the second round, losing 3-1 to Louis van Gaal's men. But Musah's displays have not gone unnoticed as Fabrizio Romano claims Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta sent scouts out to the Middle East to watch their former player - with Inter Milan also keeping tabs on him. The...
    United States' teen sensation Yunus Musah has come out fighting and insists he and his teammates are 'ready to give it all' in their do-or-die clash with Iran tomorrow. The US has two points from its first two group games, and Gregg Berhalter's team have to beat Iran in their final match to qualify for the knockout stages. Despite the must-win nature of the clash, Musah, 19, believes he and his teammates are ready to rise to the challenge. Yunus Musah is confident he and his teammates will be able to overcome Iran on Tuesday The US must beat Tuesday's opponents if they are to qualify for the knockout stages in Qatar "Next game you're definitely going to see a team that's going to be trying a lot in front of goal."@JennyTaft catches up with Yunus Musah ahead of the @USMNT's must-win match vs Iran ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/zxdCgXsFuR— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) November 28, 2022 Fubo TV Privacy Policy RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Iranian journalists hijack World Cup press conference to ask... England fans believe...
    BUKAYO SAKA reunited with his former Arsenal academy teammate Yunus Musah last night following England's World Cup clash with the USA. The winger, 21, has been a stand-out player for England so far in the competition. 2Saka posed for a picture with Musah after the gameCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk 2Musah played for Arsenal before moving to ValenciaCredit: Getty He scored twice in the Three Lions' record-breaking 6-2 win over Iran earlier this week and earned the Player of the Match award for his efforts. Saka was also named in Gareth Southgate's unchanged starting line-up ahead of Friday's grudge match. But, like the rest of his teammates, he failed to impress as England were held to a bore 0-0 draw against the USA. Despite the result, Saka was seen smiling and joking as he stopped to chat with his former academy teammate Musah, who started in midfield for Gregg Berhalter's side. Read More in FootballGUNNERS LIVE Paredes 'targeted' as Tielemans alternative, Roy Keane SLAMS Partey The two swapped shirts and posed for a picture in the dressing room...
    Valencia midfielder Yunus Musah believes his USA team can propel the reputation of US soccer to a new level at the World Cup in Qatar. The 19-year-old's ambitious words come as the USMNT face a crucial game against England. Victory would do just what Musah is aiming for but defeat would leave the team of the brink of being knocked out of the tournament at the group stage. Speaking to BBC Sport, Musah said: 'One of our targets as a group is to change the way the world views American soccer. Now we have the opportunity to do that at the World Cup. Yunus Musah is ready to show the world just how good the standard of American soccer is Musah and USA meet England in the World Cup on Friday after starting with a 1-1 tie vs Wales 'We're so ambitious. We want to go all the way. We're thinking game by game. Taking it like that, the next thing you know you're further down the competition. 'That's what I think we should do, although I've never been in...
    GARETH SOUTHGATE revealed his frustration that Yunus Musah will line up for the USA tonight. The Valencia midfielder, who featured for England at four youth age groups and was under-18s captain, switched allegiances in March 2021. 3Yunus Musah will be in action for the US tonightCredit: Getty Southgate tried to persuade Musah to commit but the 19-year-old, who speaks with a Cockney accent, has now played 20 times for the States. Asked about tonight’s opponents, the Three Lions manager said: “Firstly, they are very proactive on recruitment. “They took one of ours which we were not very happy about but fair play. “Yunus was in our Under-19s and then we went into lockdown. READ MORE ON ENGLANDWATCH IT Kane wore £535k Rainbow Rolex before Iran game amid OneLove armband ban furore “He was a player at that stage I had not had a lot of contact with and the decision was made before I had the chance to get to know him well.” Explaining his decision Musah, who was once described as an "American Paul Pogba" by Nottingham Forest boss...
    VALENCIA teenager Yunus Musah featured for the England youth teams right up to U18 level. The talented midfielder, who left Arsenal for the LaLiga side in 2019, could well have been a Three Lions star of the future. 3Musah turned out for England at various levelsCredit: Getty 3He ended up choosing the USA and has already accumulated a host of capsCredit: Getty However, in 2020, he instead made the decision to accept a call-up for the USA - where he was born. Since then, the man described by Nottingham Forest boss Steve Cooper as an "American Paul Pogba", has gone on to receive 19 caps for the States. Following the World Cup draw, the youngster is set to come up against England after playing in his birth country's opening 1-1 draw with Wales in Group B. And he insisted earlier this year he has no regrets about choosing USA over England. READ MORE WORLD CUP NEWSPICTURE PROBLEM Kylian Mbappe REFUSES to appear in France team photo in image rights row 3 World Cup news LIVE: All the latest from...
    YUNUS MUSAH had his pick of playing for four different nations — and he plumped for the USA. Born in New York, to Ghanaian parents, Musah moved to Italy and then on to England all before he was ten years old. 3Yunus Musah is one of the stars of the United StatesCredit: REX 3The 19-year-old midfielder used to be on the books at ArsenalCredit: GETTY 3Musah is hoping to get one over former team-mate Bukayo SakaCredit: GETTY Despite 32 appearances in Three Lions youth teams, he went back to where it all started and made his USA senior debut in 2020. Two years on from that decision the midfielder, 19, is set to don the stars and stripes in tomorrow’s World Cup group clash against the very nation he snubbed. Musah said: “I never spoke one- on-one with Gareth Southgate but he gave us a talk one day, as a team. It was great to have the England manager speak to you. “I was hoping one day I’d be selected by him. With England I had an amazing time, nothing...
    THE World Cup is upon us, and Gareth Southgate has a large pool of talented players to choose from, but could teenage superstar Yunus Musah have been one of them? Each country is allowed to bring 26 players on the plane to Qatar with the England manager yet to announce his final selection as he looks to whittle down a 55-man preliminary squad. 4Yunus Musah playing for Valencia CFCredit: Alamy Players in contention will be hoping to impress in their final club matches before the tournament gets underway on November 21. Some players, such as Yunus Musah, had the option to play for more than one country at Qatar. Read More on World CupGUNNERS LIVE Saka fit for Chelsea as Aubameyang set for Arsenal reunion Who is Yunus Musah? Yunus Musah is a 19-year-old USA midfielder who plays for La Liga side Valencia. Musah started his career at Arsenal but was moved on in 2019 after seven years at the academy. 4Yunus Musah was at Arsenal for seven years before moving to SpainCredit: Getty - Contributor The wonder-kid has since...
    FOR Yunus Musah, dropping England and Arsenal was an easy decision.  As now at 19, the versatile midfielder is one of Europe’s most exciting talents at Valencia. 4Since leaving Arsenal in 2019 Musah has featured over 50 times for Valencia's first teamCredit: Getty 4Musah starred for England's youth sides before committing to the USNTCredit: Rex Born in New York, Musah moved to London at the age of 9 after a brief stint in Italy and was soon snapped up by The Gunners where he became a hot prospect alongside Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka.  But with a professional contract awaiting his signature after playing an instrumental role in winning the U18 Prem title, Musah packed his bags and joined Valencia.  And with Saka and Smith Rowe now key players for Arsenal, the club's track record of promoting young talent speaks for itself.  However, with Valencia handing a staggering 105 pro debuts to academy graduates in the last 30 years, Musah believes it was a no-brainer to leave back in 2019.  He said: “Seeing the likes of Mesut Ozil...
    R&B Singer Emani 22 Dead at 22 A fish story that goes back millions of years: Kansas fisherman lands huge alligator gar The United States men's national team wrapped up a triple-fixture October window with a come-from-behind 2-1 win over Costa Rica on Wednesday, and there were numerous players that stepped up in a big way, not just in that game but across the three-match fixture. The Americans find themselves in a favorable position to qualify for next year's World Cup in Qatar if they can continue to get results, finishing the month in second and having a three-point cushion over fourth place. But with so many injuries to deal with and the status of November's squad yet to be decided, let's take a look at the three players who have helped themselves the most during this month. All of them are under the age of 21. © Provided by CBS Sports Craving even more coverage of the USMNT's road to Qatar 2022? Listen below and follow ¡Qué Golazo! A Daily CBS Soccer Podcast where we take you beyond the pitch...
    Unruly passenger questioned after NYC flight lands at LaGuardia N.C. Man Sentenced to Decades Behind Bars in Crime Spree Connected to Shooting of City Police Officer The 18-year-old Valencia midfielder has had to be patient to make his contribution in competitive play for the U.S., but after being cap-tied vs. Jamaica, his time has come. View the original article to see embedded media.PANAMA CITY, Panama — After the courtship, the trial run, the anticipation and then the decision, there was an uncomfortable and unexpected wait. That doesn’t seem like the way this sort of story typically plays out. The presentation of record should follow the fanfare. But in the case of Yunus Musah, his March commitment to the U.S. men’s national team didn’t lead directly to his competitive debut. Months went by. He was benched. He was injured. And the squad Musah was so excited to join, and to which so many were eager to welcome him, progressed in his absence. World Cup qualifying forces players to adapt to strange rhythms. They have to maintain a strong sense of internal...
    FORMER Arsenal ace Yunus Musah has explained why he switched international allegiance from England to the USA. The 18-year-old represented the Young Lions at youth level and has even been described as Paul Pogba-like by his former U17s boss Steve Cooper. 2Valencia’s Yunus Musah has explained why he snubbed England for USACredit: Rex 2The star helped USA to beat Jamaica in World Cup qualification on FridayCredit: AP But after leaving the Gunners for Valencia in Spain last year, he has now opted for a change at international level too. And after starring on his latest appearance for the Stars and Stripes last night, Musah has now revealed the reasons behind his decision. He told CBS Sports: “It was a mixture of things. “I’m really into the project we have of building this team, this new identity and trying to change the view of American soccer in the world. “That really inspired me and was one of the things I really wanted to be involved in.” Musah produced an all-action display as he celebrated winning his seventh cap for the States...
    Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s Ups and Downs Through the Years Divorcing During the Pandemic? Here’s How To Safely (and Cheaply) Break It Off Yunus Musah was born in the U.S. but hasn't been back since—but that will change with the Nations League tournament in which he can become cap-tied to his birth nation. View the original article to see embedded media.As Yunus Musah make his commitment to the U.S. officially official, he'll get the chance to do something he hasn't done since he was born.  Musah, the 18-year-old U.S. national team midfielder, was born in New York when his mother was visiting relatives, something that has been well-documented by now. He hasn't been back to the U.S. since, he said Wednesday, but with the upcoming Concacaf Nations League finals in Denver, Musah will return to his birth nation. And when the current U.S. camp is over, he plans on paying a visit to the Big Apple. It'll be a full-circle couple of weeks for the Valencia rising star, who was also eligible to play for England, Ghana and...
    ENGLAND have lost out to the USA in their bid to convince Valencia whizkid Yunus Musah to swear allegiance to them. Under-21s boss Aidy Boothroyd, who named his Euros squad today, spoke last year about his hope of persuading Musah, 18, to turn out for the Three Lions. 1Valencia whizkid Yunus Musah has snubbed England for USACredit: Getty But Musah, born in New York but eligible for Italy, Ghana, England and the States, has opted for the country of his birth. The midfielder said: “It was pretty clear for me to decide to play for the United States. “I think it makes sense to represent the country I was born in.  “The moment I decided to play for the United States came one day when my heart told me that this was the best place for me.” It comes as a further blow to England after having former Chelsea starlet Jamal Musiala nicked off them by Germany. The Bayern Munich wonderkid, 18, scored for the Three Lions Under-21s in November but last month switched to the nation where he was...
    CHICAGO (AP) — Valencia midfielder Yunus Musah has committed to the U.S. national team program, four months after making his American national team debut. Musah also was eligible to play for England, Italy and Ghana. “I think it makes sense to represent the country I was born in,” Musah said in a statement released by the U.S. Soccer Federation Monday. “The moment I decided to play for the United States came one day when my heart told me that this was the best place for me.” The 18-year-old was born in New York City on Nov. 29, 2002, while his Ghanaian mother was visiting relatives. He moved to Italy with his family when he was months old, lived in Castelfranco Veneto and played for a camp run by the club Giorgione. Musah’s family moved to London in 2012 and he joined Arsenal’s youth academy. He helped the Gunners under-18 team reach the 2018 FA Youth Cup final and the 2018-19 Youth Premier League South championship. Musah signed with Valencia in 2019 and made his first team debut on Sept....
    ARSENAL are reportedly monitoring their former academy ace Yunus Musah, 17, with a view to bringing him back to the Emirates. 90min.com reports the Gunners are keeping a close eye on the Valencia youngster. 3Arsenal are reportedly looking at bringing USA international Yunus Musah back to the clubCredit: AP:Associated Press The report states fellow Premier League sides Leeds, Wolves and Everton are also interested. The talented winger quit North London for Spain in 2019 and has become a regular in the Valencia first team, scoring one goal in nine LaLiga apperances this season. Musah broke the club's record for youngest ever goalscorer earlier this month. ⚽ Read our Arsenal live blog for the latest news from The Emirates Arsenal are believed to have continued to watch his progress since he left last year. And it is understood the player is open to a Premier League return at some point in his career. Cash-strapped Valencia are thought to be preparing a new contract offer for Musah - which would see his value rocket - but may be forced...
    AIDY BOOTHROYD has revealed England have made their pitch to secure wonderkid Yunus Musah. The Valencia midfielder, 17, made his first two senior appearances for the USA in this month’s clashes with Wales and Panama. ⚽ Read our Arsenal live blog for the latest news from The Emirates 2Yunus Musah made his debut for the USA senior team last weekCredit: Reuters But both those fixtures were friendlies, meaning he could still turn out for the Three Lions whom he is also eligible for, along with Ghana and Italy. England Under-21s boss Boothroyd said: “I spoke to Yunus’s father. I know a few coaches in the senior staff spoke to the family as well. We put our hat into the ring.  “We are keeping a close eye on things. This is the priority where we are at the minute.  “But he is a very good player and we have got to do our jobs and keep an eye on him.” Musah is one of many youngsters with dual, triple or even quadruple nationality that could turn out for England. He was...
    U.S. men’s national team boss Gregg Berhalter believes Yunus Musah feels comfortable with the team as he hopes the talented midfielder will opt to remain with the Americans despite interest from England. Musah completed his first USMNT camp on Monday, starting and playing 76 minutes in a 6-2 win over Panama. Monday’s appearance was the Valencia starlet’s second for the USMNT, having recently earned a call-up after representing England for the entirety of his youth career. A former captain for England at the youth level, Musah shined in both matches, fitting in perfectly alongside Weston McKennie and Tyler Adams to offer Berhalter a glimpse at what may just have been his first-choice midfield. However, Musah’s international future is anything but certain, with England boss Gareth Southgate recently stating that he hopes to convince Musah to rejoin England in the future. Berhalter, meanwhile, remains confident that the U.S. can keep hold of the teenager, saying that he believes that Musah has already started to fit in with the group. “I didn’t read any of [Southgate’s] comments but I was really happy...
    Virginia professor steps down after anti-Biden post We made a graphic to show just how bad the COVID-19 outbreaks in Trumps circle are USMNT reveal plan for Yunus Musah, hopeful over future © US Soccer The USMNT have revealed how they plan to move forward with Yunus Musah, as the 17-year-old Valencia midfielder was a star during his first two performances for the Stars and Stripes. [ MORE: Player ratings ] Musah had previously played for England at youth national team level (Gareth Southgate wants him to play for the Three Lions) but after bursting onto the scene in La Liga early this season, the USMNT called him up to camp and he dazzled against Wales and Panama in two friendlies. Asked by ProSoccerTalk about the plan for Yunus Musah following the USMNT’s 6-2 win over Panama, Gregg Berhalter had this to say. Latest USMNT news Player ratings: USMNT v Panama
    Experts: US virus situation is a humanitarian disaster The utter dishonesty of Trumps attacks on Fox News Yunus Musahs stellar debut highlights youthful USMNTs new level of competency and confidence Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad It was a remarkable sight: A young, United States men’s national team fairly dominating the semifinalists at the last European championship. And doing it with three teenaged debutants in the lineup, no less — two of whom were too young to vote in last week’s election.  It had been more than nine months since the USA’s national team game and a year since the European-based players were last available. Nonetheless, Gregg Berhalter’s side gave a mature and composed performance against Wales, controlling the ball and the tempo in a 0-0 friendly that was largely shorn of scoring chances — and injured star forward Christian Pulisic — but perhaps handed a moral victory to the American visitors. The degree of difficulty in looking this coherent and tidy after just a few days of practice and a steady rain, to say...
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