According to Reports, Chelsea and AC Milan are close to agreeing on a price for winger Christian Pulisic.
The 24-year-old and the Italian giants have already reached a personal agreement on a four-year contract.
The USA international was set to leave Stamford Bridge after being declared surplus to requirements.
Because of this, Milan is trying to get the forward to the San Siro before its rivals Juventus and Napoli.
Lyon, a team in Ligue 1, has also been interested in signing Pulisic, and the French team made an approach to sign the midfielder last weekend.
However, he turned down the offer because getting a job with the Rossoneri this summer was his primary aim.
Loftus-Cheek only recently moved to Stefano Pioli’s team in a £15 million deal.
With only one year remaining on his contract, Christian Pulisic, an ex-Borussia Dortmund player, since moving to Stamford Bridge in a £58 million transfer in 2019, Pulisic has had trouble maintaining consistency.
His 11 goals in 34 games during his first season, including the game-tying strike in the 2020 FA Cup final loss to Arsenal, showed great promise.
Following Willian’s departure, he was given the No. 10 jersey, and the following year, he won the Champions League after replacing Willian in the 1-0 victory over Manchester City.
Pulisic eventually started to lose his spot in the starting lineup; in fact, he played in just 24 Premier League games last season.
He only made eight starts in the Premier League, which led Chelsea to end the year in 12th place, their lowest place in the standings since 1996.
And, however, Pulisic failed to make a mark in his limited game time, contributing only one goal and as many assists.
Last month, when asked about his future plans, he stated that he wanted to leave Chelsea in order to “find joy again.”
He told ESPN: “It’s absolutely a time where I need to figure out what’s going to be best for my future and be somewhere where I can go and play and be trusted and feel good in what I’m doing.
“I want to find that joy at club level again, for sure.”