In the 2010 World Cup, Michael Bradley proved himself to be one of the best midfielders in the world. During the group stage, Bradley covered over 22 miles, the fourth most of any player in the tournament and his work rate rivals Ronaldo, Messi, and Rooney.
In other words, Bradley's superb performance has translated into success for the US national team. The US national team won Group D, and had a chance to beat Ghana in the round of 16.
Bradley's success will translate into a large payday this summer. It is all but certain Bradley will leave Borussia Mönchengladbach, his club for the past two seasons, and move to a larger, more competitive club.
Many teams throughout the world are making a push for Bradley during the transfer window, hoping he can continue his mid-fielding excellence. And many potential suitors for Bradley are in the biggest leagues in the world, most notably the Premier League and La Liga.
On the next slides are 10 possible destinations for Bradley this offseason, based on both research and opinion. Please feel free to let me know your thoughts.