Which other American abroad would you like to see loaned or transferred?

Which other American abroad would you like to see loaned or transferred?

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Which other American abroad would you like to see loaned or transferred?

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With the European transfer window shut for the winter, a number of Americans are settling in to their new clubs, having just been loaned or transferred elsewhere. For a few others, though, their club situation is anything but secure.

Americans Jozy Altidore, Michael Bradley, Freddy Adu, Oguchi Onyewu, Eddie Johnson, Robbie Findley, Edson Buddle and Jermaine Jones have all made recent club changes during this last transfer period.

Which other Americans could use a move? Here's a rundown of those who would benefit from a club change and might still get that chance in the coming weeks:

Take Eric Lichaj, for example, who enjoyed his first taste of first-team action with Aston Villa early in the season only to find himself in manager Gerard Houllier's notorious doghouse. He hasn't played since the end of December and has seen the club bring in an U-21 English international at his position.

Benny Feilhaber has been rumored to be leaving AGF Aarhus since the team was demoted from the Danish Superliga at the end of last season, but despite links to clubs in Europe, Mexico and Brazil, he has stayed put.

Then there's a player like Celtic goalkeeper Dom Cervi, who has recently been in the U.S. national team picture despite not playing a single club minute this season. Fortunately for players in his position, loans are still possible even with the transfer window closed, and players can be transferred to other countries whose windows are still open.

Which American would you like to see get a change of club scenery? Cast your vote here:

How did you vote? Who would you like to see get a chance with another team?

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