Gregg Berhalter is looking forward to a new chapter with USMNT after U.S. Soccer investigates his personal life concluded
On Monday, U.S. Soccer stated that Gregg Berhalter is still in contention to resume his position as the coach of the U.S. men’s national team following the release of an independent investigation into a domestic violence occurrence from years ago that implicated Berhalter and his now-wife Rosalind.
Berhalter ‘looks forward to what comes next’
The investigation uncovered years of interference by the family of USMNT player Gio Reyna in U.S. Soccer matters.
The report also reveals that the Reyna family first informed U.S. Soccer of Berhalter’s past domestic violence incident following the World Cup as an act of retribution for Gio Reyna not receiving enough playing time.
In a statement to Yahoo Sports, Berhalter said that he and his wife are “looking forward to the next steps”, adding: “We’re glad that it’s finished, that it is concluded, and we look forward to what comes next.”
Berhalter’s contract with U.S. Soccer ended in early 2023 and he is now a free agent. According to reports from the Washington Post, he has been in England to watch a few games but not necessarily related to his coaching career. He is reportedly “open to all options and exploring what’s going on in other places.”