U.S. Men's Soccer National Team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has added 11 players, including Landon Donovan, to the 16-man roster that is training in Orlando, Fla. The additions were scheduled to begin reporting Sunday.
The team will train in Orlando until May 25, when Klinsmann will select a final 23-man roster for the upcoming five matches. It plays Scotland on May 26 in Jacksonville, Fla.
"We're excited now to get towards full numbers with the MLS guys and also the players from Europe who are coming in with great form," said Klinsmann in a statement. "We want them to pick up the rhythm as fast as possible and make them understand that we are taking the next couple weeks very seriously. We will continue with our rhythm of two trainings a day and see where the players are really at before we make our final decisions on the 23-man roster for the upcoming games."
The recent additions include defenders Geoff Cameron, Clarence Goodson, Oguchi Onyewu and Michael Parkhurst; midfielder Graham Zusi, and forwards Juan Agudelo, Jozy Altidore, Terrence Boyd, Donovan, Herculez Gomez and Chris Wondolowski.