Borussia Dortmund youngster Christian Pulisic is currently the hottest property in Europe football as a number of clubs are eying to make a move for him.
Premier League giants like Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool are reportedly planning to make a move for him during the January transfer window with some even claiming that the Blues have already agreed on a deal.
Last week a few media outlets claimed that Chelsea had agreed terms with Christian Pulisic and the player would be moving to London at the start of the new year.
This bit of news came immediately after Pulisic claiming that his future at Dortmund was not sure as he dreams of playing in the Premier League.
But now Dortmund has come out to rubbish all these rumours with their Sporting Director making it clear that the club have no plans of selling Christian Pulisic.
This message though had a very cryptic indication which has started to worry all the BVB fans.
‘We have known these rumours for many years,’ Dortmund’s sporting director Michael Zorc told Kicker.
‘We are planning with him at least until the end of the season.’
If you managed to read the message carefully then you would have noticed that Zorc claimed that the club had no plans of selling Christian Pulisic during the season but he also dropped a hint that the youngster might be available at the end of the season.
With each passing transfer season, the interest on Christian Pulisic has been growing and Dortmund know very well that it will be tough for them to hold on to the American for a long period of time.
The German outfit have lost a host of talents to rivals clubs primarily because the players were offered much more money. And it seems that the Christian Pulisic saga is also moving in the very same direction.
The Premier League clubs were supposed to make a move for the player in January but now after Michael Zorc’s statement, it seems they have to wait until next summer.
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