Tyler Adams will miss U.S. men’s national team’s Nations League matches against Grenada and El Salvador due to a hamstring injury, Leeds announced.
- Adams out with hamstring injury
- Set to remain in Leeds during break
- USMNT to face Grenada and El Salvador
WHAT HAPPENED? The midfielder suffered the injury in training this week, Leeds confirmed. The injury will prevent him from joining up with the USMNT for the international break. Adams will instead remain in Leeds for further assessment.
THE BIGGER PICTURE: The injury leaves the USMNT without its captain, although it shouldn’t need him too much against its Nations League opponents. The U.S. will be heavy favorites in both games as it looks to advance to the next round in June.
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WHAT NEXT? The U.S. will visit Grenada on March 24 before taking on El Salvador three days later in Orlando. As things stand, the USMNT sits second in the group, one point behind El Salvador, having played one fewer match.