USMNT's Christian Pulisic is still on Juventus' radar despite Chelsea's uncertainties in the transfer market.

The major European leagues have concluded the summer transfer market. However, there is a lot of rumors circulating about who is relocating where with an eye toward January. Transfer Talk provides you the most recent news on rumors, arrivals, departures, and, of course, completed transactions!

Pulisic is still a target for Juventus, top story
According to Tuttosport, Juventus is considering a number of talents as they attempt to bolster their right wing in 2023, including Christian Pulisic.

Due to the situations of Juan Cuadrado and Angel Di Maria, both of whom are 34 and have contracts that are set to expire at the end of this season, there is a need for reinforcements in that area.

Di Maria's contract mostly hinges on him, while Cuadrado's is unlikely to be renewed because the Argentine asked for a one-year deal so he would have the option of going back to his beloved Rosario Central next summer.

The USMNT star's contract with Chelsea expires in 2024, thus Pulisic's future there appears to be in doubt. His tumultuous relationship with the former Blues manager Thomas Tuchel was exposed in an excerpt from his upcoming book, which made headlines earlier this week. Juve had been mentioned in connection with Pulisic over the summer.

Juventus is also interested in Nicolo Zaniolo of AS Roma and Adama Traore of Wolverhampton Wanderers in addition to Pulisic. I Bianconeri have been interested in Zaniolo for some time, given his contract at Roma expires in 2024 as well.

With his contract set to expire in the summer of 2023, Traore, who has played just 53 minutes in the Premier League this season, might become a free agent.


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