Jesse Marsch is out at Leeds and, as his time in the Premier League comes to an end, American soccer must reckon with what's happened and what comes next.
By getting jobs with Red Bull Salzburg, RB Leipzig and Leeds, Marsch has managed at a level higher than any American that has preceded him. He's won league titles in Austria, coached in the Champions League and guided a team that looked out of ideas to Premier League survival.
It's a resume unmatched by any American manager, but he's not the only coach with the hopes and the ability to manage at a high level.
Several American coaches seem well on their way towards European jobs in the future, while there are also several familiar faces that could pop up at a top job somewhat soon.
And it's not just Americans that could use American soccer as a springboard, as there are several international coaches learning their trade in MLS who may soon want to be make the move across the Atlantic.
So who's the next Marsch or Patrick Vieira, coaches that have both used MLS as a springboard to Premier League jobs? GOAL takes a look at some candidates to make big waves sometime soon...
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