Pulisic Officially Completes Move from Chelsea to Milan

Christian Pulisic is a new Milan player. The winger landed in Italy Wednesday morning and proceeded with the medicals and the other formalities ahead of the completion of the deal. He inked a four-year contract and will earn €4M annually, Rai reports.

The Rossoneri will pay €20M to Chelsea for the attacker, who had fallen out of favor amid a host of acquisitions by the new ownership in 2022/2023. He scored once in 29 appearances across all competitions, also missing time because of a knee injury. He had fared better in previous seasons, hitting the net ten times in his maiden Premier League one following his transfer from Borussia Dortmund.

Milan were determined to put Pulisic under contract before the start of their trip to the United States. His arrival could make an impact marketing-wise in his home country. He commented to the journalists waiting for him at the airport.

“This is a historical and legendary club. I’ll try to win titles here. Thank you for your support. I’m truly happy.”

Our Take on Pulisic to Milan

They might have been able to pay less if they waited it out, as he always seemed keener on joining them rather than other teams. Probably a saga wasn’t worth the benefits of bringing him in early to allow him to adjust. The deal presents some risks due to the fee but also decent potential.

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