Pulisic was officially unvieled at Stamford Bridge ahead of his trip to the United States to join up with the national team for the upcoming Gold Cup.
Christian Pulisic was officially presented as a Chelsea player at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday.
The American striker reported for protocol in London after finishing his season with German club, Borussia Dortmund, and before traveling on to the United States to join up with the national team for the upcoming Gold Cup.
The US international is expected to take the place of Eden Hazard, who is hotly tipped to make the switch to Real Madrid this summer. Pulisic has arrived in the English capital despite Chelsea's FIFA-imposed transfer ban, as his signing took place in January.
Pulisic signed from Dortmund for a fee of $73 million during the winter transfer window and before FIFA handed Chelsea a two-window transfer ban for their involvement in illegally acquiring youth players.
Farewell from Borussia Dortmund
Pulisic said was afforded a hero's goodbye in his final game at Dortmund's Signal Iduna Park, where the fans chanted his name througout. The American scored 19 goals and provided 26 assists in 127 appearences for the German club after making his debut in 2016 at the age of 16.