USMNT international player Tanner Teisman joins Serie A’s Venice from Dallas Football Club of Major League Soccer

Tanner Tessmann was recruited at Clemson University to play college football for his godfather Dabo Swinney. He is making major moves in the football world, from the MLS team Dallas FC to the newly promoted Venice in Serie A.

The 19-year-old midfielder traveled across the Atlantic to Europe to establish contact with Paolo Zanetti’s team, who won the playoffs from Serie B last season.

The Alabama-born player became Dallas’ latest native talent. He followed in the footsteps of American internationals Weston McKennie (Juventus) and Bryan Reynolds (Roma) to Italy.

“This is a long journey, a great journey,” Teisman wrote in a statement on Dallas social media channels after the move was confirmed. “I thank everyone who helped me along the way.

“My teammates, thank you for pushing me every day and making me a better player. You have always believed in me and never doubted me. For all FC Dallas fans, you are great. You have always been there. Support us. I am forever grateful to you and I love you.”

Tanner Tesman’s career so far

After moving from his hometown to Texas to join the academy in Dallas, the midfielder has made great strides in the past five years and has become a potential USMNT star in the future.

He promised to play football and American football at Clemson University, and finally signed a professional football contract with Dallas FC in early 2020. Before that, he played for the club’s reserve team North Texas SC for a period of time.

In his only full MLS season, Teisman helped the MLS club get sixth place in the Western Conference and a place in the MLS Cup playoffs. They entered the conference semifinals, but were eliminated by the Seattle Gulfers. Before the transfer, he participated in 7 MLS games in 2021.

His performance attracted the attention of the national team. Earlier this year, he made his debut in the 7-0 victory over Trinidad and Tobago. Teisman also represented teams under the age of 23 that failed to qualify for the Olympic Games.



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