"It’s an especially good opportunity for us to look at the younger players based in Europe, which we don’t get to do very often because of their schedules," Klinsmann said. "It’s a great chance for them to experience our environment."
Other European-based talent who could receive a look from Klinsmann include Aston Villa goalkeeper Brad Guzan, Southampton goalkeeper Cody Cropper, Rosenborg midfielder Mix Diskerud, defender Geoff Cameron and midfielder Brek Shea of England’s Stoke City, 1860 Munich forward Bobby Wood, Bolton defender Tim Ream and Nantes midfielder Alejandro Bedoya.
"We are curious about the next generation of players breaking in," Klinsmann said. "This is vital toward Russia 2018,cheap FIFA coins, that we communicate now, four years away.
"There is a path laid out and as a player you have to decide at the end of the day if you make that path or not. The players have to have that drive, hunger and determination to go to the highest level possible.
"Show us what you have. Show us your talent and be confident and go for your next level. This is what comes up now. It’s about young players coming in and hopefully doing well."