Boost for Liverpool & Chelsea: Dortmund open to Christian Pulisic sale

Big news for Liverpool and Chelsea fans

Liverpool and Chelsea have been handed a big transfer boost ahead of the January window with Borussia Dortmund said to be open to selling Christian Pulisic.

The American forward is still seen to be one of the biggest talents in European football.

He is just 20-years-old and has years of experience.

Despite his clear potential, his last start came back in September.

Not only that, he only has 18 months left on his current deal and has been linked with a move away.

Both Chelsea and Liverpool have been closely linked with the player and now they have been handed a boost in their pursuit of the player.

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ORLANDO, FL – OCTOBER 06: Christian Pulisic #10 of the United States reacts after scoring a goal during the final round qualifying match against Panama for the 2018 FIFA World Cup at Orlando City Stadium on October 6, 2017 in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)

Borussia Dortmund willing to sanction sale

The Mirror are reporting that the German side are willing to sanction a sale in January.

They claim Dortmund have informed Premier League sides that if the price is right, he could be sold.

Their report continues by explaining that ‘Simply, Pulisic is no longer deemed as crucial to the club as he once was and having held out on signing a new deal, Dortmund are willing to cash in for big money next month.’

That will come as a huge boost to both Liverpool and Chelsea.

Both clubs could now move for the player next month.

There is no mention of how much it would cost to buy the American forward but it’s safe to say it won’t be cheap even with only 18 months left on his deal.

 

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Chelsea make ‘official’ bid for Christian Pulisic but face problems from Liverpool

It’s been reported recently that Chelsea have already made a bid for the player.

Though, it may be more difficult for Liverpool.

Click here to find out why.