May 27, 2024

Milan is poised to exercise their option to extend Christian Pulisic’s contract until June 2028, as reported by Il Corriere dello Sport. The American, who has captained the USMNT, has made a significant impact in Serie A, scoring ten goals in 29 league appearances during the 2023-24 season.

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Pulisic, who arrived at Milan from Chelsea in a €20 million deal last summer, has been hailed as the club’s standout signing of the season by Il Corriere dello Sport. With a total of 13 goals and eight assists in 41 matches across all competitions this season, Pulisic has proven his worth to the Rossoneri.

While Pulisic’s current contract runs until June 2027, Milan holds an option to extend it until 2028, a move they are reportedly inclined to make. The newspaper indicates that Pulisic is enjoying life in Italy and is fully committed to Milan’s project, demonstrating his dedication by learning Italian.

Throughout the season, Pulisic has demonstrated his versatility by playing in various positions for Milan, including right winger, left winger, and even attacking midfielder.

Milan’s coach, Stefano Pioli, has lauded Pulisic’s qualities and professionalism following the team’s recent string of victories in Serie A. Pioli emphasized Pulisic’s eagerness, curiosity, and positive attitude during video calls, highlighting his exemplary work ethic and contribution to the team’s growth.

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