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Report: Arsenal monitoring Christian Pulisic; Liverpool could make move
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Report: Arsenal monitoring Christian Pulisic; Liverpool could make move

Arsenal are monitoring Christian Pulisic amid doubts over his future with Chelsea, while the Daily Mail reports that Liverpool could also be tempted to make a move in the summer.

Pulisic has just over 18 months remaining on his contract at Stamford Bridge. And the Daily Mail reports that there is little talk of a new deal with the Blues.

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The attacking midfielder is currently impressing for the USMNT at the World Cup. He set up their goal in the draw with Wales with a brilliant pass for Timothy Weah. And he hit the bar in the stalemate against England.

Arsenal monitoring Pulisic

It would appear that a number of Premier League sides have their eye on the 24-year-old’s performances in Qatar.

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The Daily Mail reports that Arsenal, Newcastle and Manchester United are monitoring Pulisic. Meanwhile, Liverpool are long-time admirers. And they could be tempted into the race next summer – depending on Chelsea’s asking price.

Chelsea paid £58 million for Pulisic. So you would imagine that they will still want a hefty sum – particularly if it appears that he is heading for one of their Premier League rivals.

The Daily Mail notes that Pulisic’s versatility in attack appeals to Arsenal. Meanwhile, Newcastle want to strengthen their options out wide.

It is fair to say that Pulisic has not lived up to expectations since joining Chelsea. He has scored 20 goals and contributed just 11 assists in 87 Premier League games for the club.

But he is clearly a very talented player. And Chelsea will be wary of selling him to another top-flight side given that he could thrive.

Gregg Berhalter has previously suggested that he is a ‘special‘ player. So you can understand why Arsenal, Newcastle and perhaps Liverpool have Pulisic on their radar.

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