Milan Already Mulling Extending the Contract of Pulisic

Christian Pulisic quickly proved to be worth the investment and has been a day-one starter and a weapon for Milan, bouncing back from his underwhelming final seasons at Chelsea. He bagged his tenth Serie A goal against Lecce, bringing his seasonal tally to 13 across all competitions. He has also provided six assists.

According to Corriere dello Sport (via Tuttomercatoweb), the Rossoneri want the American to be a cornerstone for several years. They plot to send a signal in that respect by picking up their option to extend his contract for one year. It already lasts until 2027.

Milan paid €20M to sign Pulisic from Chelsea. They will likely have to give the Blues €2M in add-ons given his superb performances and their relative success this season. He has avoided injuries, which derailed his last couple of campaigns in London. He has appeared in 41 matches.

The winger is on the same page and intends to make the Rossoneri his home for a long while. He has already lifted the Champions League with the Pensioners. He will aim at more continental glory in the coming weeks, trying to contribute to his team’s victory in the Europa League.

Our Take on Milan and Pulisic

He’s the gift that keeps on giving, and, even though the match-up was very easy, the fact that he did well as a no.10 against Lecce unlocks a new devastating version of their attack since Samuel Chukwueze is finally showing signs of his Villarreal self.

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