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Chelsea signed Christian Pulisic for £58m in January 2019, but he eventually joined the club the following season.
The American star had it tough at first under former boss Frank Lampard, as the former Chelsea manager wasn’t initially impressed with his performance.
Pulisic eventually won over the Englishman and became one of the first names on the Chelsea team sheet. In fact, he was Chelsea’s best player after the restart last term.
Pulisic faces another huge test under Thomas Tuchel, as he’d have to prove himself again to the new boss, whom he even knew from their time in Borussia Dortmund.
Pulisic has had just three starts in 14 games under Tuchel, and has scored just two goals in 28 appearances across Lampard and Tuchel’s reigns this season.
The American has compared his situation to what he experienced last season and believes he’d convince the coach at the end.
“I was in a similar situation, I think, when I first came to Chelsea, so I had to work my way and earn my position in the team and to finally get some minutes,” Pulisic said.
“I feel like I did that and I feel like I’m basically going out there and trying to do the same thing now.
“I feel very confident in my form right now and the way I’m feeling and playing, so I think I’m on a good path.”