Christian Pulisic has been linked with the move to AC Milan in January

Christian Pulisic has been linked with the move to AC Milan in January

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Earlier this month, Chelsea FC manager Graham Potter said there was “no chance” of Christian Pulisic being sold or loaned out during the January transfer window.

“He’s going to be out beyond that, and there was never a consideration anyway,” Potter said of Pulisic on Jan. 13.

However, Marca reported on Tuesday that Chelsea are not only considering selling Pulisic in this transfer window but also plan to meet with Serie A giants AC Milan to transfer Pulisic.

Milan were first linked with Pulisic in September 2022 when Chelsea had expressed interest in Portuguese rising star Rafael Leão. Now it looks like Pulisic’s signing will be a direct transfer as opposed to a player swap.

For Pulisic, a move to Milan makes more sense than it did in September. Not only does he have more competition from Chelsea’s signings of Benoit Badiashile, Noni Madueke, João Félix and Mykhailo Mudryk, Chelsea currently sit 10th in the Premier League meaning they are unlikely to find themselves in one of Europe’s big Competitions will be playing next season.

Milan, meanwhile, are second in Serie A. The question Pulisic and his camp will have to answer over the next week is whether Milan is definitely the best option for him.

Milan is a premier club in European football, but Serie A doesn’t offer the same level of competition on a week-by-week basis as the English Premier League. If Pulisic can join Newcastle United or Fulham in the summer – two up-and-coming clubs who have already expressed an interest in him – is it worth wasting the opportunity to play for one of Italy’s top three clubs? The answer is not easy.

The January transfer window closes on January 31 at 6pm ET. By then, Pulisic’s future with Chelsea should be clearer.

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