Pulisic says USMNT pressure too much. Liverpool could be worse!

Liverpool tipped to make concerted effort to sign Christian Pulisic

Liverpool move for Christian Pulisic talked up

Liverpool, who already tried in in vain to sign him in 2016, and Manchester United are particularly keen to acquire his services in light of their American owners.

But could the Reds now be facing some serious competition for Christian Pulisic? He has now cemented a place in the first team at the Signal Iduna Park but reports claim that he could be on his way out, not this month, but at the end of the season.

Liverpool chiefs have identified the attacker as a summer target and are expected to make their move when the season ends. When you play against the best players, you're going to grow. Rashford has become a regular starter, and Jesse Lingard has been one of the club's standout performers this term.

Pulisic may be put off from a move to Manchester due to the fact he may have to rotate with the likes of Antony Martial and Marcus Rashford in the starting XI.

He is adept at creating chances from the wing, adding width to the attack of his side and if he can prove himself to Mourinho, a place in the first team is not too far away. "Just being a good team player with this team, just being a piece of the puzzle is really important for me".

Manchester United has expressed interest in signing United States midfielder Christian Pulisic from Germany's Borussia Dortmund this summer, according to multiple reports, potentially pitting the club against Premier League rival Liverpool in a battle for the 19-year-old.

Playing for Dortmund, by contrast, has afforded him a welcome degree of normalcy, he revealed: "I've come into a bigger role with the national team in the US, but I think the environment I'm in here definitely helps". And with Jurgen Klopp at the helm, he is sure to improve as a player and can start a legacy in England.

He's not quite ready to play in that central role, he's more of a winger, more of a No. 10.

Pulisic jokes that Stoger's Austrian dialect is hard to understand - "I have to concentrate really hard" - but there's little doubt that the 51-year-old's more pragmatic defensive setup has yielded some instant stability. "He has a long-term contract and feels at home in Dortmund".

"With so much cash now at their disposal, Liverpool have never been better placed to pull off such a deal".

But where do you think he will be a bigger hit?

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