Longtime U.S. men's national team defender Steve Cherundolo has been honing his coaching credentials overseas since his retirement in 2014, but according to a Wednesday report from Steven Goff of The Washington Post, he's eyeing a move stateside.
From overseas, former #usmnt defender Steve Cherundolo has taken interest in returning stateside the past year. Former Hannover capt, youth coach and 1st-team asst, Stuttgart asst, UEFA Pro license, German U-15 natl team asst.— Steven Goff (@SoccerInsider) October 13, 2020
Cherundolo, 41, is currently the coach of Germany's Under-15s following a stint on the sidelines as an assistant for the USMNT in 2018. He also worked as an assistant for VfB Stuttgart after spending 2014-2018 coaching in various ranks with his longtime club Hannover 96. He's been an assistant for both the first team and Hannover 96 II and also coached the club's Under-15 and Under-17 sides.
Cherundolo played his entire professional career with Hannover 96, making 370 appearances from 1999-2014. He was a regular right back for the USMNT throughout his career as well, racking up 87 senior caps and scoring two goals.