‘Captain America’ Pulisic, bird nest in AC Milan ‘transfer fee of 33.3 billion won’

Captain America Christian Pulisic (24), who scored at the 2022 Qatar World Cup under the captain of the U.S. national soccer team, left Chelsea (England) and moved to AC Milan (Italy).

AC Milan said on its website on the 14th 토토사이트추천 (Korea Standard Time), “We signed a contract with Pulisic until June 2027. It also included an option to extend the contract by one year until June 2028. The uniform number was once number 11 worn by Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Details of Pulisic’s contract, which plays both wingers and attacking midfielders, have not been disclosed, but according to foreign media, his transfer fee is reportedly (20 million (about 33.3 billion won).

Born in the U.S. in September 1998, Pulisic moved to Germany and grew up in Borussia Dortmund’s youth team, and in 2016, at the age of 17, he joined the first team and stood out. He made 127 official appearances for Dortmund in four seasons, scoring 19 goals.

Pulisic left Dortmund in January 2019 for a transfer fee of 58 million pounds (about 96.4 billion won) and joined Chelsea in the English Premier League, but failed to perform better than expected.

Pulisic, who suffered major and minor injuries at Chelsea, has scored just 26 goals in 145 official games in four seasons. Last season, he scored only one goal in 24 EPL matches.

At least, Pulisic captained the U.S. national team at the Qatar World Cup and scored the winning goal in the third group match against Iran, enjoying the joy of his team’s advance to the round of 16 and scoring his first World Cup goal.

Meanwhile, Chelsea have started to reorganize their squad for the new season, and Pulisic will build a new nest in AC Milan for less than half of the transfer fee incurred when he joined Chelsea

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