The 30-year-old netminder has made 7 total appearances for the Stars & Stripes since his international debut in 2011. Johnson made his first-ever start for the States in the 2013 Gold Cup, in which he logged a 1-0 clean sheet against Costa Rica.
Current coach Gregg Berhalter seems to have a penchant for selecting MLS players to his roster, meaning there is a chance that we could see SeanJohn in net for national team. And we seriously hope he does bits.
Back here in New York, goalkeeping duties will be held — for now — by either veteran backup Brad Stuver or MLS SuperDraft pick Luis Barraza.