AC Milan makes second offer for Chelsea forward Christian Pulisic

AC Milan still in the race to sign Pulisic

AC Milan makes second offer for Chelsea forward Christian Pulisic

Stephen Oladehinde 20:28 - 05.07.2023

AC Milan has made an improved bid for Christian Pulisic after their first offer was rejected by the Blues.

The Italian team have been making their interest in Pulisic known and made a first bid of  $15 million plus add-ons which was instantly rejected by Chelsea.

Lyon also came into the picture for the signature of the American and matched AC Milan’s bid but it was clear the Blues wanted more.

However, AC Milan have made an improved offer of a $24 million bid for Chelsea winger Christian Pulisic and are waiting for a response.

Chelsea forward Pulisic celebrating
Chelsea forward Pulisic celebrating

AC Milan in advance talk for Pulisic

Milan are reportedly negotiating a deal with Chelsea for the transfer of Christian Pulisic after tendering their second offer.

According to Fabrizio on Twitter, “AC Milan have improved their bid for Christian Pulisic. It's a new formal, official proposal of around €20m — as reported by @JamesHorncastle.

“Negotiations advancing, Pulisic wants Milan as a priority. He's been pushing for Milan since last week.

A first bid of $15 million from Milan was rejected by Chelsea but both parties are now discussing a potential transfer for the winger.

Pulisic wants AC Milan

The American international has made it clear to Chelsea that he only wants to sign with Milan this summer.

According to Daily Mail, Lyon are also said to be in the race for Pulisic and have joined Milan as they continue pushing for his signature.

The French team made a counteroffer, but Pulisic informed Chelsea that he would not join them no matter what they offered.

One of the 11 players who might go in the next few days is Pulisic, who cost Chelsea $74 million when he transferred from Borussia Dortmund.

After four years at Chelsea Bridge, Milan is aware that Pulisic wants to move to Italy. He may work together next season alongside former teammates Olivier Giroud, Fikayo Tomori, Tiemoue Bakayoko, and most recently, Ruben Loftus-Cheek.