The U.S. Men's Soccer Team may have fallen to Belgium in their quest for the World Cup, but Seattle Sounders' DeAndre Yedlin's star is only rising.
Seattle's 20-year-old homegrown soccer star was profiled in Sunday's New York Times.
The feature spotlighted Yedlin's humble beginnings, his "encouraging" performance in the United States' 2-1 extra time loss to Belgium last Tuesday, and his ever-changing hairstyles, which have attracted much attention recently.
The profile also speculates Yedlin's future with M.L.S. or the European teams.
“If the situation is right, I could see a move to Europe in the future,” Yedlin told the New York Times. “But M.L.S. is a growing league. Europe might not make the most sense.”
Read the full article on The New York Times here.