Michael Edwards, an 18 year old CB from DC's academy, has joined Wolfsburg's U19 team. https://www.vfl-wolfsburg.de/newsdetails/news-detail/detail/news/start-fuer-die-u19/ How many Bundesliga clubs don't have an American on the books right now? 1. BVB: Christian Pulisic; Gio Reyna (U17) strongly rumored to be joining. 2. Bayern: Chris Richards (U19) on loan, Timothy Tillman (reserves), Justin Butler (U19), Malik Tillman (U17), Taylor Booth (U19) rumored to be joining when he gets an Italian passport or turns 18 3. Gladbach: Fabian Johnson 4. RB Leipzig: Tyler Adams 5. Wolfsburg: John Brooks, Michael Edwards (U19), possibly Uly Llanez (U19) though he could still sign elsewhere 6. Frankfurt: Timothy Chandler, Mason Judge (U17) 7. Hoffenheim: Corey Anton (reserves) 8. Hertha: Jonathan Klinsmann (reserves) 9. Leverkusen: none 10. Werder: Josh Sargent, Aron Johannsson, Isaiah Young (reserves) 11. Freiburg: Caleb Stanko, Alex Mendez (U19), Maximilian Dietz (U17) 12. Mainz: Joon Kang (U17) 13. Schalke: Weston McKennie, Haji Wright, Nick Taitague (reserves), Zyen Jones (U19) 14. Düsseldorf: Alfredo Morales 15. Augsburg: Maurice Malone (U19) - playing for German youth teams 16. Stuttgart: Max Göggel (U17) 17. Hannover: Bobby Wood, Chris Gloster (reserves / U19), Sebastian Soto (U19) 18. Nürnberg: Max Rugova (U19) A number of these guys are non-prospects and some are German-Americans who grew up abroad, but the extent to which German clubs are uniformly dipping into the American youth market is remarkable.