Liverpool, Chelsea alerted as BVB whizkid Pulisic admits Premier League aspirations

Ruben Hill
November 15, 2018

The United States global, who will play against England at Wembley on Thursday night, has been pursued by all of the Premier League's top clubs and has just 18 months left on his Borussia Dortmund contract.

Liverpool are reported to have previously made an £11 million offer for Pulisic, while Spurs are thought to have opened talks only to have then been priced out of a move.

"Sometimes you have to take a risk if you want great things to happen", said the United States worldwide, who could face Sancho in Thursday's friendly match against England at Wembley. Then when the time comes for me to talk in the breaks about my future, then that's when those things happen.

'Like I said before, reading these articles [about me], I tend to stay away from that stuff.

Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham are reportedly among the clubs interested in buying the versatile 20-year-old from the Bundesliga leaders.

The 20-year-old - who spent a year in Oxfordshire as a child before moving back to the U.S. with his family - has so far refused to discuss a contract extension at Dortmund and with his deal set to expire in 2020, there is a growing possibility Pulisic could be allowed to leave.

United obviously have the finances to compete with Liverpool and Jose Mourinho knows he needs to revamp his squad if they're to compete with the likes of Manchester City for the Premier League title any time soon so they could be right in the mix for Pulisic's signature.

Friday's game against the Three Lions will see Wayne Rooney make his 120th and final appearance for England, with some proceeds from the game going towards the striker's charity. I still agree with that. "I'm really happy for him that things are working out and just want him to continue to push and continue to get better". "So there is no reason why maybe one day I won't play here". "It's great to see".

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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