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Christian Pulisic being monitored by Serie A and Premier League clubs

The US men’s national team ace could leave Chelsea during the summer transfer window in search of more minutes ahead of the start of the World Cup.

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Trevor RuszkowskiUSA TODAY Sports

Christian Pulisic’ future is up in the air with Chelsea due to the lack playing time during the 2021-22 season. The United States men’s national team ace wants to be in top form for the start of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar in November and he is aware that at Stamford Bridge is not his best option for the start of the next campaign.

Pulisic being linked to several clubs

The 23-year-old has been dropping ominous hints regarding his future with Chelsea and he distanced himself from the Premier League side on his social media accounts. Pulisic changed his profile pictures and removed any mentions of Chelsea on his Instagram biography. Last week it was also reported that the United States international was going to meet with head coach Thomas Tuchel to discuss his future.

While there has been no official reports of the result of that meeting or when it will take place, Pulisic has been linked to several clubs in Europe’s top tier for the upcoming season. The USMNT ace could be approached by Liverpool because of the departure of Sadio Mané and that would leave the No 10 jersey is up for grabs.

Another team that is showing interest in signing the 23-year-old is Serie A side AC Milan. After ending an 11-year drought without winning the Scudetto, the US investment firm RedBird Capital acquired the majority ownership stake and their first big signing could be Christian Pulisic.

Another team rumoured to be interested in the United States international is Juventus this summer. Any club interested in signing Christian Pulisic during the upcoming transfer window has to pay close to $45 million according to numbers revealed by transfermarkt.


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