Gregg Berhalter has been forced into his second roster change of the U.S. men’s national team’s September window.
DeJuan Jones has been added to the roster ahead of Tuesday’s international friendly against Oman in St. Paul, Minnesota. Jones replaces Borussia Moenchengladbach fullback Joe Scally, who left the USMNT squad due to family reasons.
Jones, 26, debuted for the USMNT in January and has earned six caps overall. The Lansing, Michigan native appeared in four in the USMNT’s matches at the 2023 Concacaf Gold Cup.
A former first round draft pick by the New England Revolution in 2019, Jones has totaled 119 appearances, six goals and 17 assists in MLS play.
He has appeared in 19 matches in 2023 for the Revs, registering one goal and four asissts.
The USMNT defeated Uzbekistan 3-0 on Saturday in St. Louis and will seek a second-consecutive victory to close its September schedule.