Daily Mail: Milan and Juventus both keen on frustrated Chelsea winger

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are one of the clubs monitoring the situation surrounding Chelsea forward Christian Pulisic who is in search of more playing time, a report claims.

According to the Daily Mail, Pulisic is being monitored by Italian duo Milan and Juventus as the 23-year-old has not started many games under head coach Thomas Tuchel. The Rossoneri and the Bianconeri are waiting for a signal from Chelsea regarding whether they would be willing to discuss a sale.

He joined from Borussia Dortmund for £58m but neither of the teams interested can afford to pay that so they would be looking for some form of discount on a player who amassed 8 goals and 5 assists in 38 games last season.

Pulisic is a versatile forward who can play either as a right winger – his preferred position – or as an attacking midfielder or a left winger, which would certainly be very useful for Stefano Pioli’s tactical set up.

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    1. LOL I like how you think, even though we already have Croatian players in our squad. Rebic, who might be leaving, and Zlatan, whose mother is Croatian. So we are covered if we make it to the champions league final, but i would gladly have Pulisic playing for Milan

  1. He would also be good to generate more interest from US region since ESPN usually loves to report Americans who are playing well in Europe.

    1. Worth considering signing one top-level Chinese talent loved by their people. Someone young and popular in their social media. And next season we are collecting profit.

  2. American ownership investing in American talent even for kit sales. I’m a huge fan of Pulisic. Would love to see him at Milan.

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