CHICAGO -- Jurgen Klinsmann is looking to add some depth to the U.S. soccer team.
With European and Mexican teams in the middle of their seasons, Klinsmann filled his 20-man roster for next month's training camp with young, U.S.-based players. All but two play in Major League Soccer, and more than half of the players announced Thursday have two or fewer appearances with the senior national team.
"They are the next in line behind the established players, and this is a chance to prove themselves," Klinsmann said. "We will spend the next few weeks introducing them to our ideas on how we want to play and what it means to be a part of the national team. Ultimately, it will create more depth for us, which you need at this level."