Pulisic, Ferreira, Musah, and the USMNT stars that could earn big transfers at the World Cup

It’s safe to say that Pulisic doesn’t currently have the role he wants at Chelsea.

Coming off the bench more often than not, Pulisic has largely been a backup under three different managers now, with his fate under Graham Potter seemingly the same as under Thomas Tuchel and Frank Lampard.

Over the last few months, he’s been linked with all sorts of clubs, from Juventus to Manchester United to Newcastle to Leeds. The American superstar remains a hot commodity in Europe, even if he hasn’t quite had the chance to show it with Chelsea over the last few seasons.

Should he shine at the World Cup, Pulisic would have no shortage of suitors that would be desperate to pry him from Chelsea’s bench, while the Blues could also be convinced to keep him after a big tournament.

But, if he falters, it will offer more ammunition to those that say he hasn’t done enough to earn a bigger role at Chelsea going forward.

And that’s what makes this tournament so vital for the USMNT’s most notable player, as his next career step could largely be defined by how he and the U.S. fare in Qatar.

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