Christian Pulisic met new Chelsea owner Todd Boehly last week (Pictures: Getty)

Christian Pulisic has refused to confirm he will remain at Chelsea but says he is ‘excited’ for the future after meeting new Stamford Bridge owner Todd Boehly.

American winger Pulisic has been linked with a move away from the Blues after slipping down Thomas Tuchel’s pecking order.

The 23-year-old started just 13 of Chelsea’s 38 Premier League games last season and has attracted interest from Serie A club Juventus.

Since completing a £58m move from Borussia Dortmund in 2019, Pulisic has scored 25 goals in 115 appearances for Chelsea, winning the Champions League, Club World Cup and Super Cup but struggling to cement a place in the starting line-up.

Asked if he sees his future at the Premier League club, Pulisic – who is currently on international duty – said: ‘As far as right now, I’m obviously just focused on what I’m doing here. And I’m super excited to be here. And yeah, that’s it.

‘Of course, I want to get more playing time. I want to be on the field as much as I can and be the sharpest I can be and fit as well.

‘I think I still got a lot of games, but it’s always something that I’m working at and trying to be regular at club level as well to put myself in the best position to be fit when I come here with the national team.’

Pulisic has struggled for game-time under Thomas Tuchel (Picture: Getty)

Pulisic is preparing for the United States’ friendly against Morocco on Wednesday as Gregg Berhalter’s side continue their preparations for the Qatar World Cup.

Last month, Pulisic’s father took to social media in a now-deleted tweet to complain about his son’s lack of game-time at Chelsea.

But Pulisic says his focus is on performing for his country and the upcoming World Cup, adding: ‘My biggest dream was to play in a World Cup as a kid and some of my best memories are watching the USA in the World Cup.

‘And now hopefully getting the opportunity to go in and play in some of the world’s biggest games, I couldn’t be more excited personally.’

Pulisic was able to meet Chelsea’s new owners last week as American investor Boehly was shown around Stamford Bridge and the club’s training complex in Cobham.

Boehly and an American consortium bought the club from Roman Abramovich (Pictures: AP)

‘At the end of the season, we were able to meet with them and they were around the club a lot,’ Pulisic added. ‘They are really good people so I’m excited moving forward.’

Meanwhile, former Chelsea defender Frank Leboeuf has urged Pulisic to move away from Stamford Bridge this summer.

Speaking before Chelsea’s final game of the season, Leboeuf told ESPN: ‘Pulisic is more influential for the national team than for Chelsea. I think with the future of Chelsea, I don’t see him playing a lot.

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‘It’s more advice than me wanting to see him leave. But if he wants to play next season and still wants to be the captain of America, he will have to find another team.

‘If Christian Pulisic stays with Timo Werner, Kai Havertz, Mason Mount and maybe another one coming in, I don’t see him playing.

‘He’s never showed that it’s absolutely crucial to have him in the team so I think he has to go.’

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