Christian Pulisic needs to escape Chelsea NOW! Stamford Bridge circus is only hurting USMNT star's career
For months now, the tabloids have said that Chelsea are ready to move on from Christian Pulisic. Reports have swirled from all over in the wake of Chelsea's nine-figure spending spree over the past 12 months, with the American often singled out as one of many players the club could offload to raise some much-needed funds.
Should they do so, though, it would likely be a blessing for the U.S. men's national team star.
Given what we've seen from Chelsea over the last few months, it's Pulisic that looks set to benefit most from this partnership coming to an end.
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The 24-year-old has reached unimaginable highs since joining the Blues, there is no doubt. He's played in and won a Champions League final, scored against Real Madrid in a European semi-final, grown as a player and played a leading role for his country at a World Cup.
But he's also watched on as Chelsea has bounced from one mess to the next. Roman Abramovich's forced departure was supposed to bring an end to the club's instability but, instead, life at Stamford Bridge has now become rockier than ever.
Graham Potter's dismissal, which comes after less than seven months in charge, shows just how far Chelsea have to go. Another manager, another reset, and another rebuild are on the way.
And, considering all we've seen from the Blues under Todd Boehly, it's probably time for Pulisic to stop fighting a losing battle and move on to a club where life can be just a bit more stable than whatever is going on at Stamford Bridge.