Welcome to Anfield? Chelsea left stunned as Liverpool set to complete £70m Pulisic deal

Liverpool are set to sign Christian Pulisic ahead of Chelsea after the American reportedly decided he wanted to join Jurgen Klopps side.

With the January transfer window just a few months away and speculation increasing about whom Liverpool could bring in to help improve their chances of winning the Premier League title, Pulisic has become a top transfer target.

Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp had been chasing Pulisic for several seasons, as he looks to continue building a title winning side, and reports suggested he was open to the idea of working with the former Borussia Dortmund boss at Anfield.

However, recent reports claimed that it was Chelsea who were set to win the race for the lads signature as they saw him as the idea replacement for Eden Hazard, who is keen to leave the club and make a move to La Liga giants Real Madrid.

But according to reports on the Sun website, it is Liverpool who will be signing the young man in a deal worth around £70 million, after Pulisic decided against extending his stay at Dortmund.

Will Pulisic be a good buy for Liverpool

As one of the brightest and talented players currently plying his trade over in Germany, it is a shock to see that Dortmund are ready to cash in on such a prized asset, but with the emerging Jadon Sancho taking all the headlines, it is easy to see why they want to take the money and run.

Pulisic is only 21-years of age and has a lot of developing to do, but for the £60 million that is being talked about, it could be seen as a real transfer bargain for Liverpool.


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