According to journalist Paul Brown, Chelsea are ‘willing to listen to offers’ for Stamford Bridge star Christian Pulisic and are hopeful that an eye-catching World Cup will drive up his price tag.
The winger has been on the Blues’ books since joining from Borussia Dortmund for £58 million in 2019, according to BBC Sport, but he is not at the top of head coach Graham Potter’s priority list.
Christian Pulisic has joined Chelsea.
Manchester United and Newcastle United are keeping an eye on Pulisic’s World Cup performances after making inquiries in August, according to the Daily Mail, while Arsenal is also interested.
According to ESPN, the American is expected to leave Chelsea when the transfer window reopens in January, and Manchester United are interested
to negotiating a loan transfer.
According to Spanish sources, a move to Serie A is also possible, with Inter Milan and Juventus vying for Pulisic’s signature.
At the end of the year, the 24-year-old will enter the final 18 months of his Chelsea contract, which is worth £150,000 per week according to Spotrac.
According to Transfermarkt data, Pulisic has only made four starts since Potter took over at Stamford Bridge.
According to Paul Brown, he said;
“I believe it would be beneficial for Pulisic to have a strong tournament.”
“He’s someone for whom Chelsea has been willing to listen to offers in recent windows.”
“He doesn’t appear to have a promising future at the club.” He hasn’t played much in recent weeks, and he didn’t play much either under the previous manager.