Chelsea winger Christian Pulisic have confirmed that he have recovered from the injury after the World Cup. Christian Pulisic was forced off the pitch after he got an injury during the match against Iran. Pulisic sustained an injured while scoring a goal for USA. It was the only goal in the match which determined their win. However Christian Pulisic continued to play for his national team. He was determined to continue to perform for his national team. Furthermore he forced himself to play against the Netherlands. But eventually fell short of Denzel Dumfries masterclass performance. Christian Pulisic was in amazing form during the World Cup. His injury had the fans worried that he might lose his form due to injury before returning to Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea star Christian Pulisic have informed that he is feeling much better
The player have claimed that he is feeling a lot better and have recovered. He will be fit and healthy upon his return to Stamford Bridge and is looking forward to it. He said in a video,
“I’m glad that you did your research there. I’m good. I’m feeling much better. Good enough to golf, so we’ll be okay.”
With his impressive performance at the World Cup, he will surely be hoping for more game time at Chelsea. Chelsea manager Graham Potter should be impressed with Christian Pulisic ‘s performance in the tournament. Many clubs have shown their interest in signing the player. Furthermore Newcastle United have showed their interest in signing the winger. He might find far more game time with them if he decides to sign for the club, as they stand third in the Premier League.
The Blues’ manager must give him more opportunities after he comes back if they wish to keep the player. However, Christian Pulisic might find himself in a similar situation as Hakim Ziyech. Ziyech have continued to help his national team Morocco in the World Cup. They are currently preparing to face France in the Semi-finals. With Ziyech’s future at the club not looking that bright, he too might get a chance to re-do himself at Stamford Bridge.
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