Walker Zimmerman replaces Tim Ream on USMNT October WCQ roster

Walker Zimmerman has been included within the U.S. males’s nationwide staff roster for the upcoming trio of World Cup Qualifiers.

U.S. Soccer introduced Friday that Zimmerman has changed Tim Ream, who withdrew from worldwide obligation because of household causes. It is a like-for-like alternative in Gregg Berhalter’s 27-player roster, with one veteran centerback changing one other.

Zimmerman has made 17 appearances and scored two targets for the USMNT since making his debut in 2017. Winner of the 2020 MLS Defender of the Year Award, the 28-year-old middle again has made 18 appearances for Nashville SC this MLS season.

He has registered two targets and one help to assist Gary Smith’s aspect to  a present second place spot within the Eastern Conference.

The USMNT opens its qualifying schedule on October 7 vs. Jamaica earlier than touring to Panama on October 10. The three-match window concludes on October 13 vs. Costa Rica in Columbus.

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