Pulisic to Milan from Chelsea, deal done

The Rossoneri will pay 20 million plus bonuses for the American

AC Milan have reached an agreement with Chelsea for the transfer of Christian Pulisic. This afternoon, the Rossoneri reached an economic agreement with the Blues, who will receive, according to what Sky Sport reports, 20 million plus bonuses for the sale of the American offensive full-back. The very last bureaucratic details remain to be sorted out but now Milan can organize the player’s arrival in Italy and the schedule of medical visits, the last step before the official signing with his new club.

Born in Pennsylvania in September 1998, Pulisic grew up in the youth academy of Borussia Dortmund. After playing for the U17 and U19 teams, the full-back made his first-team debut in 2016: with the yellow and blacks he managed to shine by scoring 19 goals and 26 assists in 127 appearances. In January 2019 Chelsea bought him for 64 million, and then left him on loan in Germany for the last six months of the season. In the summer of the same year his adventure with the Blues officially begins, which will end after 4 seasons and 145 appearances (with 26 goals and 21 assists). Pulisic is also the captain and symbol of the American national team: with the United States, in addition to having important numbers (25 goals and 16 assists in 60 appearances) he won the Concacaf Nations League twice (19/20 and 22/23 ).