Werder Bremen (Bundesliga)
#19 | Forward
February 20, 2000 (Age: 20)
6' 1", 174 lbs (1.85 m, 79 kg)
Sargent soccer career started at the Scott Gallagher Soccer Club, a US Soccer Development Academy Club in St. Louis, Missouri. He began to garner attention from professional club with his performances, especially at the 2016 Nike International Friendlies. Sporting Kansas City would invite him for training and eventually obtain his acquisition rights.
The forward would also visit Europe as he train with PSV Eindhoven and Schalke 04.
In September 2017, Werder Bremen announced that Sargent would join their team effective January 1, 2018 and sign a professional contract as soon as he turned 18 years old.
Sargent worked his way through the US youth system, starting with the U-14s and then getting called up to the U-15s.
He would begin to thrive on the international scene in when he was surprisingly included in the 21-man roster for the FIFA U-20 World Cup in 2017. He opened the tournament by scoring two goals against Ecuador as they went to tie the game. He added a third goal to his tally in the US team's game against New Zealand.
There would be no rest for Sargent as he received a cal-up to the senior team in November 2017 for their friendly against Portugal.
In May 2018 Sargent was called up again and received his first senior cap in the team's friendly against Bolivia, in which he scored his first international goal.