Report: Hope Solo to be reinstated to U.S. Women's National Team

WASHINGTON -- Star soccer player Hope Solo is expected to be reinstated as the goalkeeper of the U.S. women's National Team after her 30-day suspension from the team is up Saturday, ESPNW reported.

Solo was suspended from the team after her husband, former Seattle Seahawks tight end Jerramy Stevens, was arrested on suspicion of driving the U.S. team van under the influence.  Solo was in the van when Stevens was pulled over in Manhattan Beach, California, in January for driving without headlights.

Solo must meet with team coach Jill Ellis and other officials as the final step in the reinstatement process, ESPNW reports. The 33-year-old will likely depart for Portugal on Sunday for the Algarve Cup, where the U.S. plays Norway on March 4.

The Women's World Cup starts in June.

Both Solo and Stevens have had several run-ins with the law. Stevens has a previous conviction of possession of marijuana and an alleged assault in 2012. 

Solo recently had misdemeanor assault charges stemming from a June fight with her 17-year-old nephew dropped.