Chelsea: Mount and Azpilicueta Share Their Reactions on Instagram

In an official announcement made by Chelsea yesterday. It was revealed that Christian Pulisic, the 24-year-old winger, has departed the club and completed a move to Italian giants AC Milan.

According to the statement published on Chelsea’s official website. Pulisic has been sold to AC Milan, marking the end of his tenure at Stamford Bridge. During his time with Chelsea, Pulisic made 145 appearances for the club. Scoring a total of 26 goals. However, as his time at Chelsea progressed. His involvement in the team seemed to be diminishing.

Now, with his move to AC Milan, Pulisic will have the opportunity to reignite his career and rediscover his best form while donning the renowned red and black colors of the Milan-based club. The transfer to Milan presents a fresh start for the United States international. As he aims to make a significant impact and contribute to his new team’s success in various competitions.

Chelsea and their old players reactions

Mason Mount, the Manchester United star, sent his well-wishes to Christian Pulisic in the comment section, saying, “Good luck brother.” Mount’s supportive message indicates his respect and camaraderie towards his former teammate.

On the other hand, Cesar Azpilicueta, the Atletico Madrid defender, expressed his sentiments with a concise comment of “CP10.” Azpilicueta’s mention of Pulisic’s initials and jersey number indicates a personal acknowledgement and a nod to their time together at Chelsea.

Both Mount and Azpilicueta’s responses showcase a sense of camaraderie. And goodwill towards Pulisic as he embarks on his new journey with AC Milan.

The departure of several familiar faces from the squad certainly signifies the beginning of a new chapter in Chelsea’s history. While the sales of players like Mason Mount and Mateo Kovacic may have caused some unrest among the fanbase during this summer. It is highly unlikely that there will be much dispute surrounding Christian Pulisic’s move to Milan.

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