Chelsea transfer news: Blues asking price for Christian Pulisic revealed to Juventus

Christiano Pulisic enjoyed a productive first season with Chelsea but has struggled for game time lately

Christian Pulisic and Chelsea are prepared to aspect techniques – both of those participant and club – with Juventus the American’s chosen destination. But he would not come affordable.

Pulisic joined Chelsea from Borussia Dortmund for €64.5 million in January 2019, in advance of remaining loaned back to the Bundesliga outfit for the remainder of that season.

But inspite of staying the USA’s most critical player, Pulisic has struggled to encourage consecutive managers at Chelsea in Frank Lampard and Thomas Tuchel, and is however to commence extra than 20 games in a Premier League season.

Now 24, the Pennsylvania native has executed in fits and spurts, with 15 goal-involvements his best Premier League return in 2019/20, but he is reportedly all set to slice his losses and reunited with greatest good friend Weston McKennie at Juventus.

Chelsea want to recuperate a major percentage they compensated Dortmund for the attacking midfielder’s services, nevertheless.

‘Juventus warned’

“Pulisic nonetheless has two more decades on his agreement at Chelsea, who have no intention of permitting him go at a discounted price tag, regardless of his restricted use in the past number of months,” reports Calcio Marcato. “Juventus have been warned that his asking selling price is €35m.”

Juventus have manufactured a disappointing start to the Serie A season, and sit ninth in the table with just two wins from their seven online games so far. Max Allegri is under strain, with current Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel touted as a possible alternative.

Juve might run into difficulty if they pursue both of those Pulisic and Tuchel, with the American slamming the German tactician in an excerpt from his upcoming guide.

“What happened prior to that game was hugely disappointing for me,” the American wrote of Tuchel’s conclusion to bench him in opposition to Real Madrid in the semi-finals of the 2020/21 Champions League, which the Blues eventually gained.

“l’d had a definitely very good very first leg functionality and our pursuing match was towards Fulham in the league. Tuchel instructed me that he was resting me for the 2nd leg and as a end result I failed to perform a solitary moment in the Fulham game.

“Then on match working day of the second semi, Tuchel tells me he is changed his thoughts and he is going with Kai [Havertz]. I honestly was dumbfounded and quite dissatisfied. I imagined that I would acquired a start and, most importantly, he had certain me previously I was likely to get started.”

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