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Chelsea: Christian Pulisic finding it ‘tough’ playing out of position

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Chelsea: Christian Pulisic

Chelsea forward Christian Pulisic revealed that he has found it tough at the club as he has not been playing in the positions he wants to play in. His issue is similar to that of Romelu Lukaku when he said he is not happy with his situation at Chelsea. Pulisic has just three goals and an assist this season where he has played as a winger, striker, and backup wing-back in 19 appearances.

“It’s tough. I haven’t always been playing in the positions I want to play in. But I think it’s a good quality to be versatile and be able to play in all kinds of positions and have different strengths on the pitch,” Chelsea forward Christian Pulisic said. “So, yeah, I’ve learned a lot and I think I’m ready to hopefully be in a spot in the next couple of games that I’m more comfortable in.”

“Obviously it’s been up and down this year, for sure. Not exactly where I want to be and how I want things to be right now. But, yeah, I’m just going to keep going and, as I said, it doesn’t affect me when I come here so I’m excited to be here,” he added. “When I come to the national team it’s, ‘How are things at Chelsea? What’s this, what’s that?’. And, yeah, things are… it’s tough. It’s tough. It’s definitely played a lot on me, and mentally it’s been difficult at times.”

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