Another American youth international product is heading over to Germany to begin his professional career.
This time it’s nine times capped U-17 international and New York Red Bulls prospect Chris Gloster. The full back signed a deal to join the club over the summer after a two week trial.
“He made a good impression,” says Hannover 96 Academy Director Michael Tarnat, adding: “We hope for a lot from him, also with the perspective upwards.”
The native of Montclair, New Jersey is known for being the youngest player ever to start a USL match when he played for New York Red Bulls II against Orlando City B at the age of 16 back in 2016. He was part of the U.S. squad to play at the U-17 World Cup in India last year.