Two top Italian clubs have apparently struck gold in London in their search for reinforcements for the offensive.

The two Italian top clubs Juventus and AC Milan are apparently thinking about signing Chelsea star Christian Pulisic. The Daily Mail writes that the two Serie A giants are currently exploring whether the Blues are ready to hand over the former Bundesliga professional this summer.

Pulisic, who once cost 64 million euros, is under contract with Chelsea until 2024. According to the report, Juve and Milan hope the English side are willing to sell him for a significantly lower fee.

Chelsea: Christian Pulisic in 2019 from BVB

Pulisic is currently considered dissatisfied with his playing times, after all he did not have a regular place under coach Thomas Tuchel last season. He is currently with the US national team and emphasized that he is solely focused on his job there.

He then elaborated: “Of course I want to play more. I want to play as much as possible and be as fit as I can be. In the end I think I’ve played a lot of games but I can definitely do better. “

Among other things, the offensive winger is about finding “the best position” at his club. Pulisic’s father Mark became a little clearer a few months ago when he wrote in a social media post that his son Christian was “sad” because he wasn’t allowed to walk around regularly.

Pulisic junior moved from Borussia Dortmund to Stamford Bridge in 2019. Since then he has won the Champions League and the Club World Cup with Chelsea. Last season he made 38 appearances, scoring eight goals and providing five assists.