- Christian Pulisic joined the Premier League club Chelsea in 2019 for a US record of €50 million
- Theother of the 22-year-old was seen in a footage showing her football skills in the kitchen
- Reports say the youngster's whole family are footballers
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Christian Pulisic and his mother were seen in a footage juggling the ball right in the kitchen as she looked so professional jabbing the ball back-and-forth with her son.
It was gathered that the Chelsea star’s parents did a lot of support work to ensure their son reach the peak of his career and now he plays in the Premier League.
The 22-year-old was born to the football family of Mark and Kelley Pulisic who helped to propel their son’s career.
Christian’s dad, Mark, had his own career as a professional footballer who played indoor soccer for the Harrisburg Heat before getting his coaching licence while he was still a player.
A footage of Christian kicking the ball with his mom recently surfaced online
“And y’all thought I got it from my dad,” Christian noted on the video.
Kelley’s former coach Hank Leung described her game to George Mason athletics. Leung told George Mason:
“Kelley was an outstanding player for us. I was really pleased we could get her. It was very rare we got an outstanding player who was a local player.
"That was a huge plus. She was one of my captains and someone you could always count on to get everything done. Anything that needed to be done on and off the field. She was terrific in that sense.”
In 2019, Chelsea reached an agreement to sign the Borussia Dortmund youngster for €50 million (£45 million) in the summer.
The United States midfielder is considered as one of the top youngsters in the world and he is currently the most expensive American player following his move to the Premier League.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Declan Rice remains a major transfer target for Chelsea football club as Frank Lampard is keen on bringing the defensive midfielder back to the Stamford after he left the club as a kid.
The Blues are set to go all-out for the 21-year-old but West Ham are also desperate in keeping the player and are ready to double his wages to see him earn £120 ,000 weekly.
Chelsea will be made to cough up as much as £80 million if they want Rice back at the club, however the Blues are desperate.
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