It's finally over. Christian Pulisic's Chelsea career has come to an end. Some will say that it has come six-to-12 months after the real expiration date, but it's better late than never, right?
Pulisic's time at Stamford Bridge is over, and it'll be remembered with mixed emotions, from the highs of a Champions League title to the lows of... just about everything else. That postmortem, though, has been written over the last several months. Now, the time has come to focus on the future.
That future will now be at AC Milan. Pulisic has completed a move to another giant of the European game, with the Rossoneri having paid an initial €20 million (£17m/$22m) to sign the United States superstar.
He's almost certainly making a financial sacrifice to move to Italy, as few non-Saudi Arabian clubs are paying players anything close to what Chelsea are offering in the current market. But, in just about every other facet, Milan find themselves in a better place than Chelsea at the current moment.
The Italian giants can offer Champions League football, which is always good. They offer a hell of a lifestyle, with Milan remaining one of the world's most glamorous clubs. And, perhaps most importantly, they offer a legitimate path to playing time that Pulisic never had at Chelsea.
But what does that look like? What can Pulisic expect from Milan, and what can Milan expect from Pulisic when he does get on the field? GOAL takes a look at this new partnership and how Pulisic could fit in at San Siro...
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