Christian Pulisic is planning to have almost no summer break as he looks to have the maximum impact at his first season at Chelsea FC, according to reports in the British media.
The Evening Standard, as quoted by Metro, is reporting that the forward is looking to have as much impact as possible as he looks to impress following his move from Borussia Dortmund.
Chelsea FC agreed a deal to sign Pulisic back in January but the USA international spent the remainder of the campaign on loan to the German club.
Pulisic is currently on international duty with the USA at the Gold Cup, which is due to conclude on 7 July, which is three days after Chelsea FC’s players are due to report back for pre-season training.
According to the same story, Pulisic will be granted a longer summer holiday, but he is willing to waive that right and report to London to begin his pre-season preparations as soon as possible.
The same article says that Pulisic wants to be “in the swing of things” with his new club before their pre-season tour to Japan, which begins on 19 July.
Chelsea FC fans will be hoping to see the 20-year-old have a big impact at Stamford Bridge in the coming seasons after Eden Hazard’s move to Real Madrid.
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