Sacha Kljestan, Dax McCarty, and Luis Robles have been named to the U.S. Men's National Team January Camp by head coach Bruce Arena.
Players will report to the National Training Center on January 10.
Kljestan, McCarty, and Robles are among 32 players, representing 15 different Major League Soccer clubs, invited to the January Camp.
Aaron Bauer, SNY.tv
January Camp is a tradition for the USMNT coach to take a look at the top domestic players during the MLS offseason. At the end of the camp the USMNT will play Serbia in a friendly. A future friendly is expected to be announced soon.
Kljestan was a finalist for MLS MVP in 2016, becoming the second player to cross the 20 assist threshold in league history. McCarty continued his solid play at defensive midfield for the Red Bulls, even with a midseason injury disruption. Luis Robles, the ironman, played every single competitive MLS minute for the Red Bulls for the fourth straight season.
The Red Bulls trio has all featured for the USMNT at some point during their careers. Robles has one USMNT appearance from the 2009 Gold Cup and a second following January camp last year. McCarty made 5 appearances between 2009-11 for the USMNT, and was called into the infamous 2014 camp but did not play in the scheduled friendlies in Brazil.
Kljestan has been a national team mainstay throughout his career logging 51 appearances since 2009.