by JACK HAZZARD
One of the United States’ most promising keepers has landed a deal in Belgium.
United States Men’s National Team goalkeeper Ethan Horvath has joined Belgian first division side Club Brugge KV on a 4.5-year deal.
Horvath, 21, previously played for Norwegian first division side Molde FK, home of fellow U.S. international Joshua Gatt. While in Norway, Horvath appeared in 39 matches for Molde, making an appearance in the club’s 1-1 draw against Ajax that saw the young American earn UEFA Europa League team of the week honors.
Born in Colorado, Horvath spent his youth career with Real Colorado, who he left in 2013 in order to join Molde.
The 21-year-old has spent time with the United States youth and senior teams. Horvath has made six appearances for the U23 team and two appearances for the U20 side.
On October 7, 2016, Horvath made his USMNT debut as he started in the United States’ 2-0 victory over Cuba.