The American international has trouble securing a regular position on the squad under Thomas Tuchel’s leadership and has even criticized the German’s picks.
Throughout the summer transfer window, Manchester United showed interest in the American international player, who was willing to leave.
The 24-year-old was feeling some strain from life under Thomas Tuchel and was anxious to secure as much first-team football as he could before guiding his nation to the 2022 World Cup.
Pulisic started just 13 games in the Premier League last year, and he recently revealed that Tuchel’s decision to bench him for Chelsea’s 2021 Champions League victory left him “baffled.” However, the 24-year-old claims he is now “eager” to compete for a position on Potter’s team.
Since he has a fresh start now and is eager to perform under the new manager, Pulisic told ESPN that he feels positive about returning.
He continued by saying that all he needs to do is continue to prove himself, just like everyone else.
Meanwhile, Brian Dunseth, a former American international, maintains that Pulisic shouldn’t be the focus of his team’s attention during their World Cup campaign in Qatar.
As much as you want to believe in Pulisic, as much as he has been hyped to be everything that everyone thinks he can be or wants him to be, the reality is that he isn’t, according to Dunseth, who mentioned this on his SiriusXM show.
Despite his excellent play, he serves as a supporting actor. The public needs to comprehend that he is not the center of attention. Christian Eriksen of the US men’s national team is not going to be Christian Pulisic, but he does improve your team.
The person who develops into the team’s tempo player, the linking player, the person who will invent something from nothing, and the person who consistently makes or is capable of making the game-winning pass.