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United States U20 keeper Jonathan Klinsmann gets Hertha Berlin trial

Jonathan Klinsmann
Jonathan Klinsmann is the son of former U.S. head coach Jurgen Klinsmann.

U.S. under-20 goalkeeper Jonathan Klinsmann will have a 10-day trial with Bundesliga club Hertha Berlin, coach Pal Dardai has told BZ.

Klinsmann, 20, the son of former U.S. head coach Jurgen Klinsmann, will join the club for the first part of their preseason campaign on July 3.

He will take part in Hertha's training camp at Bad Saarow, near the German capital, and Dardai said: "We want to get to know him, especially our goalkeeping coach Zsolt Petry.

"That's why we want to take a look at him."

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Should Klinsmann convince Dardai and Petry, the club could offer him a contract and a role as third-choice keeper behind the experienced Rune Jarstein and Thomas Kraft.

Recently, Jurgen Klinsmann said his son "wants to go to the Bundesliga or another big league."

BZ reported that second-tier clubs Eintracht Braunschweig and Ingolstadt, as well as an unnamed top tier club from Switzerland, have made offers.

Stephan Uersfeld is the Germany correspondent for ESPN FC. Follow him on Twitter @uersfeld.

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