Newcastle ‘would be good destination’ for £58m World Cup hero

Newcastle United would be a “good destination” for Chelsea winger Christian Pulisic to “find his feet again”, according to the journalist. Dean Jones.

The 24-year-old has been linked with a move away from west London in recent months due to a lack of playing time and the Magpies are believed to be among his potential suitors.

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back in august, the athlete He claimed that Chelsea refused Pulisic’s permission to obtain loan transfers for both Manchester United and Newcastle as well as clubs in Italy and Spain.

The USA international was allegedly willing to extend his £150,000-a-week contract, which expires in the summer of 2024, in order to make the temporary exit more acceptable to the Blues.

However, despite holding talks with new owner Todd Boyle about his desire to leave, the Chelsea hierarchy decided to keep Pulisic at the club instead.

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And a recent report from daily Mail He stated that the creative talent is unlikely to again be allowed to leave the capital club on loan when the market reopens for work in January.

Manchester United and Newcastle are again credited with interest in Pulisic, while fellow Premier League club Arsenal are now also believed to be in the running.

What did Jones say about Polisik?

Jones believes a switch to St James’ Park could benefit Pulisic, but any talk of an imminent move is a bit premature.

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In an interview with GiveMeSport, he said: “for He personally, I think it would be a good destination, I think, to find his feet again, but we’re a little away from that happening at the moment.

“And we’ll have to see how the next few weeks play out first in the World Cup and then in terms of Newcastle getting their transfer strategy in place.”

Would Pulisic be a good signing?

Pulisic has struggled to show his true potential on a consistent basis since his £58m move to Chelsea from Borussia Dortmund.

However, the talented winger still scored 26 goals and 21 assists in 133 games for Graham Potter despite coming off a large portion of his games from the bench.

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Pulisic is currently impressing for his country at the World Cup as well, providing an assist in the 1-1 draw with Wales before scoring the only goal in a victory over Iran last time out.

He picked up a possible injury in that game, though he’s hoping to get back to full fitness ahead of their last 16 clash with the Netherlands.

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