The USMUNC coaching staff has confirmed that defender Justin Davis will be out for up to two months with a left calf strain.
The defender suffered the injury during training on Monday in San Antonio.
The USMONDays training session was cancelled.
Davis will miss the rest of the tournament, which concludes on Tuesday.
The 28-year-old was a part of the US squad that won the CONCACAF Gold Cup in 2018, the first time the US has been to the tournament since 1999.
The 26-year old played for the United States in the Copa America Centenario last year.
He started and started well in CONCACACAF qualifying and earned a call-up to the U.S. Men’s National Team, but he did not feature for the first leg against Mexico.
The USNT head coach Jurgen Klinsmann spoke about the injury after the match on Tuesday afternoon.
“I have to say, Justin Davis is one of the best defenders we have,” Klinsman said.
“And we have to put him out for a little while, obviously.”
It’s just a hamstring issue.
The hamstring strain is pretty minor, but it’s something that we’re going to monitor.
“The U.K. are also without forward Chris Wood, who was out with a groin injury, and midfielder Alex Muyl, who is currently out with an Achilles injury.
There is also a chance that the US could be without forward Alex Morgan, who has been out since November with a hamstring injury.
Morgan, who came on as a substitute in the third-place match against Jamaica, is also out with calf soreness.
Morgan will miss his club’s match against Trinidad & Tobago on Friday.
Morgan is expected to be out until January.
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