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Premier League 2023/24: Every United States international playing in England's top flight

A complete list of every United States international playing in the Premier League in the 2023/24 season.

Tyler Adams

Team  Bournemouth
Position  Central Midfielder
Age  24
Home townWappinger, New York

After being relegated from the Premier League with Leeds United, Tyler Adams is back in England’s top flight.

The 24-year-old signed a five-year deal with AFC Bournemouth to fill a much-needed gap in central midfield. The USMNT captain nearly went to Chelsea, but the move fell through after the Premier League giants set their eyes on midfield prospects Moises Caicedo and Romeo Lavia.

Adams started in 24 league matches for Leeds last season before suffering a hamstring injury, which has kept him out since March. 

Chris Richards

Team   Crystal Palace 
Position   Central Defence 
Age   23 
Home town Hoover, Alabama 

Richards impressed while on trial at Bayern Munich to earn his first professional deal with the Bundesliga giants in 2019.

Crystal Palace brought him to the Premier League last year after seeing his potential during a couple of loan stints at Hoffenheim.

The classy defender struggled to establish himself last season as results took a turn under Patrick Vieira and he was often overlooked by replacement Roy Hodgson.

Tim Ream

Team   Fulham 
Position   Central Defence 
Age   35 
Home town St Louis, Missouri 

Experienced defender Ream has been a reliable presence at the back for Fulham for the past eight seasons, having initially made a name for himself in England with Bolton Wanderers.

He played in Bolton’s last top-flight campaign in 2011/12 before spending the next seven seasons in the Championship.

Ream began his professional career in New York after being drafted in the second round (18th overall) of the 2010 MLS SuperDraft by the Red Bulls.

Antonee Robinson

Team   Fulham 
Position   Left-back 
Age   25 
Home town Milton Keynes, UK 

Eligible for both England and the United States due to his father having been raised in White Plains, New York, Robinson committed to the US cause in 2018 when he was capped by the senior national team against Bolivia.

The pacy left-back, now firmly established as the first-choice in his position at Craven Cottage, is known for his attacking verve and recovery runs and Robinson was instrumental in Fulham’s Championship-wining campaign of 2021/22, while also starting 35 of the London club’s 38 Premier League games last term.

Zack Steffen

Team   Manchester City 
Position   Goalkeeper 
Age   28 
Home town Coatesville, Pennsylvania 

Steffen came through the Philadelphia Union academy before spending a couple of seasons in college at Maryland, where he attracted the interest of Freiburg.

He moved back to the US with Colombus Crew as a Discovery Signing and earned the first of his 29 national team caps while playing in Ohio.

Manchester City came calling in 2019 and he was immediately loaned out to Fortuna Dusseldorf before being brought back as cover for first-choice keeper Ederson.

He made only a handful of first-team appearances for Pep Guardiola and was loaned out again last term to Middlesbrough, with his situation for the upcoming campaign still appearing unresolved.

Ethan Horvath

Team   Nottingham Forest 
Position   Goalkeeper 
Age   28 
Home town Highlands Ranch, Colorado 

Horvath enjoyed a successful spell at Championship outfit Luton Town last season, helping the Hatters claim a spot in the Premier League via the playoffs.

But, in a surprising move, Luton chose not to take up the option to sign him permanently and he remains on Nottingham Forest’s books as one of the back-up keepers to new signing Matt Turner.

He began his professional career at Molde in Norway before joining Belgian giants Club Brugge for five years.

Matt Turner

Team   Nottingham Forest 
Position   Goalkeeper 
Age   29 
Home town Park Ridge, New Jersey 

The national team’s number one moved between Premier League clubs this summer when Nottingham Forest forked out £10 million to take him from Arsenal, where he had been used as a back-up.

Turner made seven cup appearances for the Gunners last term and played in all four of the USA’s games in Qatar at the World Cup Finals.

Auston Trusty

Team   Sheffield United 
Position   Central Defence 
Age   24 
Home town Media, Pennsylvania 

Recently acquired by newly-promoted Sheffield United after an 18 month-spell at Arsenal in which he did not make a first-team appearance.

The former Philadelphia Union and Colorado Rapids defender gained plenty of experience during a loan stint at Championship club Birmingham City last season.

He scored four goals in 44 games in all competitions for the St.Andrew’s club and was voted the fans player of the season at the end-of-term awards.

Trusty earned his first senior national team cap in March this year and set up a goal in a 7-1 hammering of Grenada.

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