AC Milan player Christian Pulisic has been honored with the coveted Serie A Player of the Month award. The award ceremony, held tonight at the iconic San Siro ahead of the highly anticipated clash between AC Milan and AS Roma, saw Pulisic receiving the prestigious accolade from Paolo Scaroni, Chairman of AC Milan.
Pulisic made five league appearances last month, totaling two goals and two assists for AC Milan. He also added one goal in UEFA Champions League action in a 2-1 group stage triumph over Newcastle United.
In his debut season with AC Milan, Pulisic has made 17 Serie A appearances in total since his summer move from Chelsea, scoring six goals and registering five assists in league action.
Additionally, shortly before the kickoff of the match between AC Milan and AS Roma, Gerry Cardinale, RedBird Founder and Managing Partner, wanted to meet with the coach, the staff, and the players. Cardinale spent some valuable minutes in the locker room, expressing his full support and close proximity to the coach and the entire team. He wanted to convey to them that, despite not always being physically present in Milan, he is constantly updated and personally involved in all the Club’s activities. Cardinale also emphasized his constant availability, demonstrating the ownership’s total commitment to supporting the Club for its development and success.