Christian Pulisic makes Manchester United transfer decision after interest from Erik Ten Hag’s Reds.
Christian Pulisic, a winger for Chelsea, may make a shocking loan move to Manchester United.
Only two weeks remain in the summer transfer window, and the Red Devils want to improve their alternatives up front.
Due to Pulisic’s increasing frustration with his lack of playing time at Stamford Bridge, which Chelsea is aware of, the American international has become a viable possibility.
He wants more playing time before the World Cup this winter in Qatar, and according to The Athletic, Newcastle United, Juventus, and Atletico Madrid have expressed interest.
But the 23-year-old would rather go to Old Trafford.
Pulisic became the most expensive player from North America in history when he transferred from Borussia Dortmund to Chelsea in 2019 for £58 million.
He would later assist the team in winning the Champions League in 2021.
Although last season was difficult, manager Thomas Tuchel frequently utilized him as a wing-back.
His ability to play on either flank, up front, or even as an attacking midfielder might be advantageous wherever he goes.
Mark Pulisic, the father of Pulisic, deleted a tweet from back in May in which he expressed sorrow over his son’s predicament.
He stated: “Tragically, he loves this squad, his teammates, and London… and he pours his heart and soul into being a professional. Moving on, my boy… a tremendous six months lie ahead.”
Tyrell Malacia, Christian Eriksen, and Lisandro Martinez were all brought to the United team this summer, but supporters feel that more should have been done.
This season, Pulisic has started both of Chelsea’s Premier League games from the bench.
Due to Adrien Rabiot’s 27-year-old wage demands, they have canceled a deal for the Juventus midfielder during the past 24 hours.
Casemiro, a mainstay of Real Madrid, has been sought after, and United has received “some encouragement” in their quest.
The future of Cristiano Ronaldo is still a contentious issue, but United is still dedicated to keeping the five-time Ballon d’Or winner.