Chelsea winger Christian Pulisic has been given one condition that he must focus on for his next move.
The American has struggled for game time at Chelsea this season, as he is on the periphery of manager Graham Potter’s squad.
Pulisic is very likely to leave the club in the summer, after a poor season that included a decent World Cup run with the United States.
Speaking to The Action Network, former USMNT star Eric Wynalda said: “Christian Pulisic has been rumoured to just about every top club in Europe.
“Newcastle seemed to be the most believable about two months ago but they have slipped a bit and no longer look to be the destination.”
“(A move to) Newcastle would be about the money,” he said.
“One thing we do know, Chelsea has muddied the waters so severely that there are no roads back to London for Christian Pulisic.
“The number (Pulisic’s transfer fee) is rumoured to get as high as $60m (£49m). The other teams which could be his next home are all fighting for a Champions League spot and will be the determining factor. Those teams are not just in England but, Spain, Germany and Italy.”
He finished: “AC Milan is the most interesting for that category who will need to find their form to hold off several storied clubs for the last UCL spot in Italy. If Milan can pull it off, securing a fourth-place finish or higher, they would be his best choice in my opinion.
“Real Madrid have yet to make a clear written offer but if they do they will win this competition for his services. A move back to Germany would be about familiarity.
“Milan would be about the story – Real Madrid would be about the perception. Either way, his new club will make most of the transfer money back in shirt sales. Just don’t ask for the Number 10 this time.”