The US national team appear to have their post-holiday plans in place.
ESPN FC's Doug McIntyre reported on Thursday that the USMNT team will take on Iceland in a Jan. 31 friendly, the first of two matches following their annual January camp.
The report also indicated that Canada is the possible second opponent for a match slated for early February.
The matches have yet to be made official, and a U.S. Soccer spokesman told MLSsoccer.com that neither venues nor opponents for the first two matches of 2016 have been finalized.
According to McIntyre, the camp, which traditionally focuses on fitness, is set to open on Jan. 4. The camp usually features mostly MLS-based players who will still be in their offseason, with a few European-based players occassionally sprinkled in. It’s worth noting that national team forward Aron Johannsson, currently of Germany’s Werder Bremen, was born to Icelandic parents and represented Iceland’s U-21s before switching allegiance to the US.