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Christian Pulisic replies to Man United, Liverpool FC transfer talk

Christian Pulisic has admitted that he would love to play in the Premier League one day as he continues to be linked with the likes of Manchester United and Liverpool FC.

The 19-year-old USA international has been earning rave reviews for his performances for Borussia Dortmund of late and his fine form has not gone unnoticed across Europe.

The teenager has scored three goals and made two assists in 19 Bundesliga appearances so far for the German side this season.

Both Anfield and Old Trafford have been touted as possible destinations for the forward should he start to consider a move to England and the Premier League.

However, for the time being at least, Pulisic insists that he is fully focused on helping Dortmund achieve success.

Speaking in an interview with ESPN FC, Pulisic said: “Of course, the Premier League is an unbelievable league.

“You never know in football what can happen, so right now, I’m focused with Dortmund, and yeah, that’s that.”

Meanwhile, Manchester United are currently preparing for their trip to Newcastle United in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.

Liverpool FC are set to take on Southampton at St Mary’s as they look to try and bounce back from their 2-2 draw with Tottenham in the top fight last weekend.

Both Manchester United and Liverpool FC are bound to be linked with a host of players in the coming weeks and months as the summer transfer window draws nearer.

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