Former Leeds United and USMNT coaching candidate Jesse Marsch is on the radar of French club Monaco this summer.
Marsch is reportedly being lined up to take over the American men’s national team and was set to take over following the CONCACAF Gold Cup next month. According to CBS Sports’ Jonathan Johnson, however, the 49-year-old American is being lined up as a possible replacement for Philippe Clement following the Monagasque’s failure to qualify for the Champions League next season.
Jesse Marsch set to return to Europe?
The Principality outfit are currently fighting for a Europa League place but currently sit one point behind Lille and Rennes with only one match to play this season.
Failure to qualify for European football completely would have major financial for Monaco, who could be set to pounce on the opportunity of appointing the out-of-work manager before the United States Soccer Federation make its move.