Former Chelsea player opens up on his life after exit from Stamford Bridge to AC Milan

Antonio Nusa

Former Chelsea midfielder Christian Pulisic talks about his life at AC Milan since the move. Pulisic switch from Chelsea to AC Milan during the previous window and thriving in San Siro. In 18 Serie A appearances this season, the 25-year-old has scored six goals and provided five assists. It is not a surprise that the American international is doing well at Milan. Pundit Taylor Twellman says that he should have left Stamford Bridge earlier.

He recently spoke to The Athletic and told the publication that he is really happy to be at Milan. He said about the switch that,

“I’m not here to talk about whether it was fair or not back then. I’m just happy to be where I am now, for sure. The first couple of years were fantastic. The last couple of years… I think a lot of things in the club changed. A lot of people also left this summer, got new opportunities and have done well.”

It is fair to say that Pulisic have no regrets of living the West London club. Though, he was also good for the Blues. His first season in the outfit was pretty much excellent. The former Borussia Dortmund man came up with 13 goal contributions in 25 league appearances, which is a great return for a young attacker who was playing in England for the first time. The following season he was not much impressive but his side won the Champions League which was a huge achievement. However, his last season with the club was not good as he only scored one goal throughout the season and the club finished 12th in the points table.

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