Christian Pulisic will travel to Italy this week to undergo a medical ahead of his move to Italian giants AC Milan.
The 24-year-old forward is set to move from Chelsea on a four-year deal according to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano and will become the club’s second arrival from Stamford Bridge following the transfer of Ruben Loftus-Cheek last month.
Christian Pulisic will be in Italy this week to undergo medical tests and sign in as new AC Milan player on permanent deal from Chelsea. ⚫️🔴🇺🇸
Documents already in place between clubs, Pulisic will sign contract valid until June 2027. pic.twitter.com/N7DR2CDAkj
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) July 10, 2023
Christian Pulisic set to complete Italy switch
The fee for Pulisic is $24m and will see the Pennsylvania native’s four-year spell at Stamford Bridge come to an end. Speaking to FOX Sports, former US legend Landon Donovan said of Pulisic’s move, “My biggest thing is he needs to play. At Milan, I would think he’s going to play a lot but you just don’t know”.
Pulisic has chosen a move to Milan over French side Lyon with the Rossoneri able to offer Champions League football next season, a competition the American international won with Chelsea back in 2021.