Christian Pulisic makes Chelsea contract decision
Chelsea forward Christian Pulisic has no plans of penning a new contract with the club, according to The Telegraph.
The United States international has experienced a tough season with the west London giants. He has started just three Premier League games.
Despite this, he has been in sparkling form for his country at the World Cup. He has bagged one goal and one assist in three group matches.
It is now reported that Pulisic has no desire to penning a new deal with the Blues. The 24-year-old believes his career has stalled at the club.
Pulisic will enter the final 18 months of his contract in January next year and it is claimed that the Blues are likely to consider his departure.
A number of Premier League rivals including Arsenal and Manchester United are keen, but the Blues could give preference to foreign sides.
The likes of AC Milan and Juventus are also interested in him. Pulisic could be available for around £35 million in the next transfer window.