Pulisic, who was bought by Chelsea to replace Eden Hazard at Stamford Bridge, has not really impressed following his £58m move from Borussia Dortmund in 2019.
Turner, on the other hand, has only made six appearances for Arsenal – all in cup competitions – since joining the Gunners from MLS side New England Revolution last year.
Friedel said of Pulisic’s future in an interview with Sporting Post: “It goes back to having too many players at Chelsea. Look who he’s up against. I never spoke to him. So I don’t know what he wants, whether he wants to stay and fight for his place or wants a new challenge.”
“Looking at everything, I think maybe we’ll meet him somewhere elsethat might be good for him to be consistent.”
Friedel added: “I think Matt [Turner], no matter what, although Arsenal is an incredible club, it has to find a consistent playing field somewhere. This season, that’s fine, but if he doesn’t become number one, he has to go.”
Thanh Vu | 08:56 22/02/2023