Christian Pulisic named as AC Milan’s MVP for September 2023 – video

By Oliver Fisher -

Chelsea might just be left with a bit of regret as Christian Pulisic seems to have rediscovered his confidence early on in his time at AC Milan.

After following Ruben Loftus-Cheek from Stamford Bridge to the San Siro, Pulisic hit the ground running. He looked impressive in preseason and scored on his full Serie A debut against Bologna in round one, netting a second against Torino a few days later.

Milan are widely reported to have paid €20m plus bonuses for the USA international to sign him from Chelsea, and they will hope they have got another bargain from the Blues as the early signs suggest.

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    1. Chelsea knows exactly what they did. They gave him 3 seasons to show up but didn’t work out.
      It’s common for chelsea though. Even if Salah and KDB goes back, nothing changes there

      1. Chelsea is where forwards go to get ground up in a meat grinder before getting spit out as sausage.
        Every single one of the forwards that were with Pulisic in his first three years at Chelsea are gone now:
        Tammy Abrahams, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Mason Mount, Timo Werner, Kai Havertz, Hakim, Ziyech, Romelu Lukaku.

        So, if the goal is to spend huge amounts of money luring in young potential stars and then turning them into sausage, yep, Chelsea is the absolute Master Class at doing that.

        Pulisic, btw, was key to Chelsea beating Real Madrid in the 2021 Champions League semi-finals, a pretty darn good accomplishment, if you ask me.
        In his autobiography, Pulisic said that the run he made on the long through pass by Rudiger to score against Real was done against what Tuchel wanted him to do, which was to stay back and play defense.
        Tuchel and Pulisic never saw eye-to-eye – Tuchel emphasized defense above all else, and often played Pulisic as a wingback, his absolute worst position. Tuchel also kept giving starts to every other forward on the team – Timo Werner, Kai Havertz, Mason Mount, even though statistically, Pulisic had a much better scoring and assist number per 90 minutes

        1. Not really related to pulisic but has there actually been a consistently successfull forward in chelsea since drogbas first time with the club ? personally i cant think of one from the top of my head but i might just have a lousy memory on the matter.

          1. Oh yeah costa did actually do fairly well while playing there and as you mentioned hazard is a winger so shoudnt really be part of that equation.

      2. He was never given 3 seasons to show up. Constant management changes along with inconsistent playing time in different positions. No one in Chelsea has succeeded in the last 3 years. At some point, it’s not the players there but management.

      1. Right after they bought mudryk i actually messed with several acquaintces of mine that are chelsea fans that we would buy him cheap in a few years, It wasnt really well recieved 😀

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