Yes, but he's French born-and-raised who just happens to have one American parent, no? Has he even been to the States? IMO it's doubtful he'd have much interest in coming to the States to play: with his background he'd fancy his chances as a depth keeper in Ligue 2, or starter for a D3 promotion contender. Either way, his wages would surely be higher than in USL/NASL, at least as good as those for an MLS no. 2, and paid for a 52-week year instead of just for the season. In addition, lower D2 and nearly all D3 teams would be in relatively small towns, which means that his wages can go a lot further than they would in Tampa or Sacramento because there's fewer ways to spend it than in a big city. If he gets a short-term deal (under 18 months) his accommodation will most probably be in a club/club owner-owned apartment and there'll surely be a club sponsor's car. If he's single, there may even be a restaurant in town where he can get dinner on the house. Once you tot it all up, life as a journeyman pro in Europe is usually better than in the US. That's why so many Americans prefer to stay even in the Scandinavian lower leagues rather than come back to the US/Canada.