15 July 2024

report today: Christian Pulisic Finally Agreed €70.00m move as Ac Milan Boss concluded he’s leaving Liverpool in January.

Christian Pulisic has acclimatised well to life in Italy with AC Milan after completing his £15million ($19.4million) move from Chelsea at the end of June.

145 games, 26 goals and 21 assists later, the 24-year-old cost Milan three times less than the fee Chelsea paid Borussia Dortmund. The move presents the USMNT star with the opportunity to reinvent himself at the top level, with him expected to play a big role in Stefano Piolo’s squad next season.

After Christian Pulisic broke the deadlock, all hell broke lose as Olivier Giroud was forced to be the goalkeeper in the final minutes. Below are the player ratings for the Rossoneri.


Starting XI

Maignan (6): He made an absolutely stunning save in the second half after a shot was deflected by Tijjani Reijnders. However, the challenge that got him sent off was incredibly reckless and put Milan in a difficult spot. Note: his rating was upgraded from 5.5 after further consideration

Florenzi (6): He did okay on the right flank and was certainly comfortable on the ball, offering a solution when the play was at a standstill at times. Also had a good cross for Leao, but the header was saved.


Thiaw (7): Another very very strong performance from the German as he not only won many duels but also did well on the ball. Sure, it wasn’t always the hardest passes but he had a couple of really good ones.


Tomori (7): He was everywhere, as always, and didn’t allow Gudmundsson to test Maignan that evening really. For a higher rating, and this goes for Thiaw too, he could have been even more bold in the build-up.

Musah (6): He was way too confident in the duels (most of which he lost) and was sloppy on the ball at times. However, he did an important job towards the end and also got the assist for the goal.


Adli (5.5): A couple of good passes, but nothing more than that. He didn’t have the same luck with the long balls and he showed his inexperience in certain situations, trying to play his way out rather than going down and winning a free-kick.

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