Uncertain future for USMNT standout Tim Weah at Juventus

Tim Weah faces uncertainty at Juventus, but remains a key player for USMNT
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Tim Weah, 24, faces an uncertain future at Juventus. Despite previous offers from Everton, Weah has expressed his desire to stay with the Bianconeri. The final decision about his future will be made by new coach Thiago Motta. Signed for 12 million euros from Lille, Weah has a contract valid until June 2028 and is known for his versatility, playing as a winger, forward, or attacker.

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Weah began his career in the New York Red Bulls' youth academy and quickly made a name for himself at Paris Saint-Germain. Early on, he showcased his talent with the USMNT, participating in U-17 and U-20 World Cups, and has become a key player for the senior national team. He helped the U.S. win the Nations League in 2021 and was a starter in the final stages of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.

At Juventus, Weah struggled in his first season, amassing just 1,380 minutes in 35 appearances, with one goal and two assists. New coach Thiago Motta, who likes an attacking game with high pressure and lots of mobility, could be the key to unlocking Weah's potential and making him shine both at club and international level. With the Copa America approaching, Weah will have the chance to stand out against high-level opposition and show his worth to both Juventus and the USMNT. His performance in the competition could open doors or he could stay where he is, just as he wants.