Christian Pulisic: Salary, Net Worth, Girlfriend, Injury Update

Christian Mate Pulisic is an American professional soccer player who plays as a winger or an attacking midfielder for Premier League club Chelsea and the United States national team.

Due to his high level of play along with his nationality, he has been given the nickname “Captain America” by fans and other players.

Christian Pulisic: USMNT vs. Mexico, Salary, Net Worth, Girlfriend, Injury Update

USMNT vs. Mexico:

U.S. soccer star Christian Pulisic, who just returned to active duty after a two-month injury layoff, will not start in the 2022 World Cup qualifier against archrival Mexico on Friday, Coach Gregg Berhalter said Thursday.

Pulisic sprained his left ankle during the Americans’ World Cup qualifier at Honduras on Sept. 8 and didn’t play again until Nov. 2, when came on for the final 17 minutes of Chelsea’s Champions League match at Malmö. He saw action for the final six minutes of Chelsea’s Premier League game at Burnley on Saturday.

Salary:

Due to his high level of play along with his nationality, he has been given the nickname “Captain America” by fans and other players. Spotrac Sep 2019: £7,540,000 total salary 2019/2020 with the Chelsea F.C. Heavy.com: According to Transfer Markt, he makes the equivalent of $1,136,600 in Germany.

Net Worth:

Christian Pulisic: USMNT vs. Mexico, Salary, Net Worth, Girlfriend, Injury Update

Net Worth: $10 Million
Date of Birth: Sep 18, 1998 (23 years old)
Place of Birth: Hershey, Pennsylvania, United States

Christian Pulisic net worth: Christian Pulisic is an American professional soccer player who has a net worth of $10 million. Christian Pulisic was born in Hershey, Pennsylvania in September 1998. He is an attacking midfielder and winger who spent his youth career with Brackley Town, Michigan Rush, PA Classics, and Borussia Dortmund.

Girlfriend:

Pulisic has not disclosed his current relationship status, but many outlets report him to be single.

In an interview with Front Row Soccer in 2017, Pulisic’s father Mark revealed his son had not yet had a “serious girlfriend”.

Injury Update:

He contracted COVID-19 and was then hurt in the subsequent U.S. camp following his clearance to play, suffering an ankle injury in a World Cup qualifying match vs. Honduras.

Pulisic sprained his left ankle during the Americans’ World Cup qualifier at Honduras on Sept. 8 and didn’t play again until Nov. 2, when he came on for the final 17 minutes of Chelsea’s Champions League match at Malmo.

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