International Johnny paves the way to get more fit in the group. The 19-year-old US-born midfielder grows every season and is part of the Rio Grande do Sul team’s midfield succession process.
At the end of the current season Rodrigo Lindoso’s bond wins. The 32-year-old will not be in Beira-Rio. Without consensus, he started in recent games, but still lives in an uncertain future.
This is where Johnny appears. Behind the scenes at the club, the player is seen as an important player for the future and is clearly growing. His experience in his second season as a permanent member of the main team and the calls to select the United States are part of the equation, with the result that he should often be in the starting lineup in 2022.
Born in Denjeville, NJ, Johnny was invited to the U.S. Under-20, Olympic and Premier team. Although he did not make the final squad, he was one of the team’s pre-invited players for the Gold Cup, which ended with the title for the U.S. team.
Recently, the young man was targeted for voting from clubs abroad. His name is closely followed by MLS (North American Football League) teams and is also speculated in clubs in Spain.
However, the final exit was not part of Inter’s plans. It would be nice to have Johnny take part in the games this season under the red light so he can position himself more appropriately on the team next season.
It is not often used. He has scored 19 games and two goals this season. His participation this month is limited to four minutes on the field: three against Flamenco and one against Santos.
But the chance to increase this playing time next Sunday (29) is clear. International faces Atletico-Gio and Rodrigo Lindoso were suspended. The protagonist of the future plan for the Colorado midfield is the one most likely to start the match.
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