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 By Noah Davis

Who will be the breakout U.S. national team stars in 2017?

Bruce Arena tells ESPN FC's Taylor Twellman he has enjoyed working with the players in camp with the U.S.

In many ways, Bruce Arena's version of the United States men's national team will look similar to the squad that took the field during 2016. Michael Bradley, Jozy Altidore, Fabian Johnson, Christian Pulisic and a few others are surefire starters, while another handful of players are locks to make the game-day roster. But that doesn't mean there's not room for new faces or changes to the depth chart.

Here are 10 players who could dramatically improve their national team standing in 2017.

The Newcomers:...

Which MLS prospects will feature for the USMNT?

Kekuta Manneh praises the USMNT's intensity and quality since his call-up to the national team.

MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif. -- The all-MLS camp that new/old U.S. coach Bruce Arena is working with this month in Carson, California, is composed mostly of older players, but not entirely. There are also six invitees under the age of 25 on Arena's roster, all of them trying to edge closer to becoming national team mainstays.

Which ones could we see in the camp-ending exhibitions against Serbia on Jan. 29 (4 p.m. ET, ESPN2/WatchESPN) and five days later versus Jamaica? We caught up with a number of national teamers this week during MLS's media and marketing tour to find out which youngsters have stood out so far.

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

CONCACAF prefers 2026 World Cup bid with U.S., Mexico, Canada - Moggio

Gab Marcotti explains why FIFA's decision to expand the World Cup to 48 teams has its benefits, but not everyone agrees.
Gab Marcotti and Shaka Hislop join Outside the Lines and have their say at FIFA expanding the World Cup to 48 teams.
Gab Marcotti joins Outside the Lines to discuss the reasons behind moving the World Cup from 32 to 48 teams in 2026.
Shaka Hislop expresses his disapproval at FIFA's decision to expand the World Cup to 48 teams.

CONCACAF general secretary Philippe Moggio has said that he favours a three-way 2026 World Cup bid with Mexico, the United States and Canada, echoing comments made last week by new CONCACAF president Victor Montagliani.

FIFA's decision last week to expand the 2026 tournament -- to 48 teams from 32, playing 80 games instead of 64 -- increased the chances of co-hosting to share the load. 

The U.S. has said they will aggressively bid for hosting rights for the 2026 World Cup and CONCACAF...