USA national team coach Bob Bradley will undergo talks with the US Soccer Federation in regards to his future next month.
Bradley will meet with US Soccer president Sunil Gulati to talk about the past four years and will discuss a plan going forward including who will at lead the team.
"I will sit down with Bob and we will talk about the goods and the bads of the tournament and of the four years," Gulati told the Washington Post.
"That is the appropriate thing. I want to hear his views, express some of mine and see what makes sense. I think he has done a very good job, that is very clear."
Gulati said the right decision would be made in the best of interest of United States soccer.
"I have known Bob for a very long time, I have a lot of faith in him and I think the world of him at a personal level," he added.
"We will make the right decision for the sport; it won't be about the personal level. It's not going to be a snap decision.
"I want to hear his thoughts about how things went. I have some questions and why we did some things collectively, decisions that he made along the way. I'm sure he is going to want to hear about some of my reactions.
"I think the team is capable of more. I think the players know it. I think Bob knows it. At that level, we are disappointed we didn't get to play another 90 minutes, at least."