Overall, it wasn't a very good seasons for Americans in the Premier League. In fact, you could probably call the 2022-23 campaign a bad one for U.S. men's national team stars in England's top-flight. The quantity was there, for sure, with several familiar faces plying their trade in the league, but the quality? Not so much.
Generally, it was a down year for Americans abroad everywhere, with many struggling with form and injuries at club level, but there was nowhere more impacted than the Premier League. Stars like Christian Pulisic, Tyler Adams and Tim Ream were all hit with long-term injuries, halting positive momentum for all three.
Meanwhile, an American contingent gathered at Leeds. It didn't take too long for it all to go south, though, leaving a trio of USMNT stars facing an uncertain future.
It wasn't all doom and gloom, though. Fulham overachieved, with their two Americans, Ream and Antonee Robinson, making massive contributions. So, while the season will be defined by struggles, there are some reasons for optimism heading towards the 2023-24 campaign.
For some, that optimism will be the opportunity to build on this season's successes. For others, it will be a chance to put this disastrous campaign behind them, perhaps outside of England altogether.
With that said, here's a look at how the USMNT stars in the Premier League fared this season: