The co-owner doesn’t want to sell a “really experienced” player to Arsenal or Newcastle

Chelsea co-owner Todd Boehly doesn’t want to sell Christian Pulisic in the January transfer window as interest is reported from Arsenal’s Mikel Arteta, Eddie Howe’s Newcastle United and Erik ten Hag’s Manchester United, according to journalist Dean Jones in GiveMeSport.

Jones has said Chelsea co-owner Boehly would love to keep USA international Pulisic at the club and would love to see his compatriot succeed at Stamford Bridge.

However, according to the journalist, it might not go that way.

Arsenal, Manchester United and Newcastle are all interested in signing Pulisic from Chelsea in the January transfer window, according to The Daily Mail.

The report published on November 27 claimed Liverpool could make an offer for the 24-year-old, who can operate as an attacking midfielder or as a winger and was described by Reds boss Klopp as a “really talented” footballer.

Todd Boehly’s stance on Arsenal and Newcastle targets Christian Pulisic

Jones said: “I don’t think Todd Boehly Pulisic particularly wants to lose, especially because of what he did at the World Cup.

“I think he would really love to stay at Chelsea if they can pull it off. I still think there are a few obstacles there.”

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Can there be a transfer?

In our opinion, Arsenal or Newcastle United could sign Christian Pulisic from Chelsea in the January transfer window.

Boehly might not want his fellow American to leave, but if Pulisic feels he’s going nowhere under Chelsea manager Graham Potter and wants to leave, then the former Premier League and UEFA Champions League is unlikely to do so – Winner will hold him against it will be his will.

Arsenal and Newcastle are big clubs who could play in the UEFA Champions League next season and a move to Emirates Stadium or St James’ Park could appeal to Pulisic.

Additionally, L’Equipe Bukayo named Saka to the tournament’s World Cup team The co-owner doesn’t want to sell a “really experienced” player to Arsenal or Newcastle

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