Jeremiah White is currently trying out with the Chicago Fire.
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Jeremiah White on trial at Chicago Fire

BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. — Constantly looking for new ways to bolster his roster, Fire technical director Frank Klopas has brought another high-profile trialist into the Fire’s camp this week.

The newest arrival to Toyota Park’s training field is 28-year-old American attacking midfielder Jeremiah White. White, who last played with Saudi Arabian club Al-Ettifaq, bounced around Europe for most his career, spending the most time – and finding the most success – at Danish club AGF Aarhus.

“He was playing over in Denmark for years,” Klopas said after Tuesday’s training session. “[He's] just a guy that’s got a lot of pace and can play different positions.

"Everybody brings something different, but I think we’re looking at some different options and just got to see how they fit in. There are some good quality players here.”

White, who made a lone appearance with the U.S. national team in January 2008, joins three other trialists in Chicago.

French midfielder Malaury Martin, Mexican defender Victor Perales and a Serbian player have trained with the club for the past week.

Cameroonian midfielder Mba Adek – who was brought in with Martin, Perales and the Serb – was not on the training field Tuesday.

Klopas said that he’d like to see all of the players train for two weeks before making a final evaluation.