It appears that the fantasies of many libidinous male soccer fans (and many non fans, presumably) have been answered as the fetching goalkeeper of the U.S. Women's National Team, Hope Solo, hinted on her Twitter account on Tuesday that she will pose naked in the famed "Body Issue" of ESPN The Magazine.
"The Body Issue" features male and female professional athletes posing naked in a tasteful fashion. Last year's issue had photos of Serena Williams, Dwight Howard and Adrian Peterson in the buff, among many others.
As she recently told The Huffington Post's Jordan Schultz, Solo has been very busy in recent weeks following the conclusion of the Women's World Cup, in which her U.S. team was defeated in the final by Japan.
"I flew to LA when most people went home, and I did the media circuit there," she told The Huffington Post. "I think that's our responsibility; I need to keep the awareness of the game out there, but I also need to thank our fans."
Despite the tremendous outpouring of support the team received during the World Cup and the tireless efforts of Solo and her teammates since returning home, the Women's Professional Soccer League continues to struggle, seemingly unable to carry the World Cup interest over to the domestic league.
Perhaps, Solo can generate another wave of momentum, and probably keep the marriage proposals piling up, by posing naked for ESPN The Magazine.