Serie A giants AC Milan have, on Thursday, announced the signing of another high-profile member of the first-team setup at Chelsea.
The player in question? Christian Pulisic.
Speculation pointing towards United States international Pulisic taking his talents to San Siro has of course been rampant in the media for several weeks now.
This comes after the powers that be at Milan, fresh off sealing a deal for Blues midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek, identified wide-man Pulisic as the ideal addition to the club’s ailing frontline.
Negotiations, in turn, continued between the respective boards in Lombardy, and west London.
And, as alluded to above, this evening, they have borne fruit once more.
As confirmed in a statement across the club’s official website and social media platforms, Pulisic has opted to take his talents to Italy, to line out for Stefano Pioli’s Milan:
‘AC Milan is happy to announce the signing of Christian Mate Pulisic from Chelsea FC. The American winger has signed a contract with the Rossoneri until 30 June 2027, with an option to extend his stay until 30 June 2028.’
The 24-year-old, who has chosen to don the no.11 shirt at San Siro, is understood to have set his new club back a sum in the region of €22 million.