Sarri opens up on Chelsea’s possible Janaury deal for £70 million rated Hazard replacement Pulisic

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has admitted he does not want to talk about potential January signing Christian Pulisic.

Sarri will reportedly be handed a massive £200 million transfer kitty to bring in some world class players during the next transfer window, with a defender and new attacker high up on the shopping list.

And one name that has been heavily linked with a move to Stamford Bridge, is that of Pulisic, who is regarded as one of the finest talents in world football, and one player that could be the long-term replacement for Eden Hazard.

But after reports emerged earlier this week which suggested that we had made the first move to try and sign Pulisic, Sarri has admitted he has no intention of talking about another clubs player.

‘I don’t want to talk about a player from another club,’ said Sarri on the Metro website.

It is widely believed that Borussia Dortmund are now ready to cash in on Pulisic in the coming windows for a fee of £70 million after the emergence of exciting Englishman Jadon Sancho.

Is Pulisic the right man for the club?

The American clearly has the ability to create and find the net on a regular basis, but he is only 20-years of age and still has a lot of developing to do before he can come here and make a serious impact on the side.

He is happy and comfortable at Dortmund and has showed no desire to leave, so the only way he will depart the Germans if is they accept an offer and he id forced to pack his bags.

But if we secure a deal for Pulisic, it could turn out to be a good bit of business in the long-run.

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