DONOVAN CONSIDERING RUN FOR U.S. SOCCER PRESIDENT
U.S. national team legend Landon Donovan is strongly considering a run for U.S. Soccer federation president, according to SI.com .
Donovan reportedly has been asked to run by "respected figures in American soccer" who are concerned by president Sunil Gulati's decision making over the technical aspects of the game, including coaching hires.
Donovan has until Dec. 10 to be nominated for the role.
RAMOS HESITATING ON ACCEPTING USMNT INTERIM ROLE
Tab Ramos is hesitating on whether to accept the role of U.S. national team coach on an interim basis, reports SI.com .
While U.S. soccer president Sunil Gulati wants Ramos to take the position, the current U.S. U-20 boss reportedly wants the job on a full-time basis and is not sure he will accept the interim tag.
ALLARDYCE WANTS USMNT JOB
Sam Allardyce is interested in taking over the reigns of the U.S. national team, according to a report by ESPNFC .
While the former England boss has denied interest in the Scotland job, the report states Allardyce is intrigued by the idea of bringing the U.S. back to its position as one of the top nations in CONCACAF.
U.S. INTERESTED IN LAURENT BLANC
Blanc reportedly is well regarded by both the federation and MLS, and is open to the job if he does not receive any interest from a major European club team.
REAL MADRID INTERESTED IN PULISIC
The report states Pulisic is "regularly scouted" by Madrid, but does not think a move is likely at this time for the 19-year-old, who is under contract with Dortmund until 2020 and "happy" with BVB.