Date: 22nd November 2022 at 1:50pm
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Wales picked up their first World Cup point in 64 years on Monday courtesy of a 1-1 draw against USA. 

Rob Page’s side were behind for much of the game before a Gareth Bale penalty drew them level shortly before full-time.

Timothy Weah’s goal had put the USA ahead in the first-half, with Chelsea winger Christian Pulisic’s superb assist setting up the goal.

Pulisic has struggled for game time at Stamford Bridge this term, but he remains his nation’s talisman and USA supporters will be relying on his ability to help them secure progression to the knockout stages.

When he returns to London after the World Cup, Pulisic maybe the subject of offers from other clubs, according to reports.

As per Fichajes via Goal, Italian giants Inter Milan and Juventus are both interested in a potential move for the American.

The report claims that both Serie A sides are interested in possibly signing the winger during the upcoming January transfer window.

Pulisic, 24, is believed to be increasingly interested in leaving Chelsea in search of more regular game time.

Pulisic has primarily been used as a substitute this season

The ex-Borussia Dortmund man has been used as a substitute more often than not this term, starting just three of The Blues’ 14 Premier League matches so far.

Having joined Chelsea from Dortmund in 2019, Pulisic has so far scored 26 goals and provided 21 assists in 133 games for the club.

He is contracted to Chelsea until the summer of 2024, which may mean that The Blues only have until next summer to sell Pulisic for a significant fee, with his value likely to drop the nearer he gets to the expiry of his contract.

The US international was linked with a number of clubs over the summer, including Manchester United and Newcastle United, but he ultimately stayed put at Stamford Bridge.

Pulisic is one of several current Blues stars that could be on their way out of Stamford Bridge in the coming months, with the likes of Hakim Ziyech and Kai Havertz having also been linked with departures.

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