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Americans Abroad Weekend Preview: Musah, Adams, and more

AC Milan seeks a winning end to its Serie A campaign and Yunus Musah will be among those Rossoneri players aiming to carry club form over to the international level this summer.

Musah and AC Milan visits Torino on Saturday in their penultimate match of the season. The U.S. men’s national team midfielder has delivered a positive debut campaign in Italy, logging 39 combined appearances and two assists. Musah has been in-and-out of Stefano Pioli’s starting lineup during the second half of the season, but the 21-year-old will certainly be fighting to start once again this weekend.

With back-to-back victories over Torino under its belt, AC Milan will be favored to earn three points on Saturday. A positive end of the season could be important for Musah ahead of USMNT duty at the Copa America this summer.

In England, Tyler Adams and Bournemouth visit Chelsea in their season finale. Auston Trusty and Sheffield United host Tottenham.

In Italy, Weston McKennie and Juventus visit Bologna in Serie A play.

In Germany, Joe Scally and Brenden Aaronson seek league safety with their respective clubs.

In France, Folarin Balogun and Emmanuel Sabbi seek winning ends to their seasons.

Elsewhere, George Bello and LASK visit Red Bull Salzburg. Cameron Carter-Vickers and Celtic host St. Mirren. Dante Polvara and Aberdeen visit Ross County. Mark McKenzie and Genk take on Royal Antwerp.

Here is a closer look at this weekend’s Americans Abroad:


Premier League

Antonee Robinson, Tim Ream and Fulham visit Luton Town on Sunday.

Chris Richards and Crystal Palace host Aston Villa on Sunday.

Auston Trusty and Sheffield United host Tottenham on Sunday.

Gio Reyna, Matt Turner and Nottingham Forest visit Burnley on Sunday.

Tyler Adams and Bournemouth visit Chelsea on Sunday.

Luca Koleosho is OUT (Injury) for Burnley.


Catarina Macario and Chelsea visit Manchester United on Sunday.

Kristie Mewis and West Ham United visit Tottenham on Sunday.

Emily Fox and Arsenal host Brighton & Hove Albion on Sunday.



Kevin Paredes and Wolfsburg host Mainz Saturday.

John Brooks and Hoffenheim host Bayern Munich on Saturday.

Joe Scally, Jordan Pefok and Borussia Moenchengladbach visit Stuttgart on Saturday.

Brenden Aaronson and Union Berlin host Freiburg on Saturday.

Lennard Maloney and Heidenheim host Cologne on Saturday.

Timmy Chandler and Eintracht Frankfurt host RB Leipzig on Saturday.

2. Bundesliga

Johan Gomez and Eintracht Braunschweig visit Kaiserslautern on Sunday.

Julian Green is OUT (Injury) for Greuther Furth.

3. Liga

Terrence Boyd and Waldhof Mannheim visit Erzgebirge Aue on Saturday.


Serie A

Christian Pulisic, Yunus Musah and AC Milan visit Torino on Saturday.

Weston McKennie, Tim Weah and Juventus visit Bologna on Monday.

Serie B

Kristoffer Lund and Palermo host Sampdoria on Friday.


La Liga

Johnny Cardoso and Real Betis host Real Sociedad on Sunday.

Luca De La Torre and Celta Vigo visit Granada on Sunday.

Segunda Liga

Jonathan Gomez and CD Mirandes host Elche on Friday.

Konrad De La Fuente and Eibar host Cartagena on Sunday.


Ligue 1

Emmanuel Sabbi and Le Havre host Marseille on Sunday.

Folarin Balogun and AS Monaco host Nantes on Sunday.



Ricardo Pepi, Malik Tillman and PSV host RKC Waalwijk on Sunday.

Paxten Aaronson and Vitesse host Ajax on Sunday.

Taylor Booth and FC Utrecht visit AZ Alkmaar on Sunday.

Zach Booth and FC Volendam host Go Ahead Eagles on Sunday.

Anthony Fontana and PEC Zwolle host FC Twente on Sunday.

Sergino Dest is OUT FOR SEASON (Injury) for PSV.

Eerste Divisie Playoffs

Justin Che and ADO Den Haag host De Graafschap on Saturday.



Cameron Carter-Vickers and Celtic host St. Mirren on Saturday.

Dante Polvara and Aberdeen visit Ross County on Sunday.


Liga Portugal

Alex Mendez and Vizela visit Boavista on Saturday.



George Bello and LASK visit Red Bull Salzburg on Sunday.

Sebastian Soto and Austria Klagenfurt visit Sturm Graz on Sunday.


Pro League

Mark McKenzie and Genk host Royal Antwerp on Monday.

Bryan Reynolds, Griffin Yow and Westerlo host Mechelen on Saturday.

Marlon Fossey and Standard Liege host Gent on Saturday.


1. HNL

Rokas Pukstas and Hajduk Split host HNK Gorica on Sunday.



Jonathan Amon and Lyngby host Viborg on Monday.

Christian Cappis and Brondby visit Silkeborg on Monday.



Henry Wingo and Ferencvaros host Ujpest on Sunday.



Sam Rogers and HamKam host Bodo/Glimt on Monday.


Liga MX Playoffs

Alex Zendejas and Club America host Cade Cowell and Chivas on Saturday. Teams tied 0-0 on aggregate.

Brandon Vazquez and Monterrey visit Cruz Azul on Sunday. Cruz Azul leads 1-0 on aggregate.


  1. Paulo Fonseca looking close to taking over AC Milan. Does he see Pulisic as his #10/SS or on the wing? Inquiring minds want to know?
    Also from Italy, Weah with heartfelt goodbye to Allegri titled “Sad day in Turin” saying “thank you for changing my life”. Given his not great minutes seems a little surprising.

    • JR,

      Much of Weah’s “not great minutes ” this season can be attributed to injuries.

      That’s not really on Allegri or Weah.

      Allegri took him from low profile Lille and gave him a chance to showcase his stuff at the much higher profile Juve.

      Timo gave glimpses of what he could be but it really wasn’t enough. Still, I can see why Weah would be grateful to Allegri for believing in him enough to bring him there in the first place. Allegri’s exit has been a long time in the making but who knows what next year might have looked like had Allegri stayed.

      And if Timo has a good Copa who knows where he could go next?

  2. Interesting, Weston McKennie and Josh Sargent both had very good years at their club, at least in regard to their personal form.

    Sargent and Norwich just got trounced by Leeds in the Championship playoffs. Coach David Wagner is fired the next day.

    Juve wins the Coppa Italia. But their manager Allegri apparently went nuts at the end and is fired two days later.

    Wonder how next season will work for both.

    • Allegri has been rumored on the outs for months. I think they’d been giving him hope but then recently told him it wasn’t going to happen. So then he flipped out.

  3. I absolutely expect Reyna to be a force at the Copa America. He needs to boost his stock for a potential summer move. Maybe Fiorentina comes back in for him. I have to admit I want to see more American players in Serie A. My favorite European league.


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