A major Premier League club are willing to position themselves on the trail leading to Juventus Turin’s French midfielder Adrien Rabiot. Chelsea are considering the former Paris Saint-Germain player, 2022 World Cup finalist with the Blues.
His level of play displayed with the France team at the 2022 World Cup is not likely to cool the courtiers, quite the contrary. Indisputable holder in the eleven of Didier Deschamps and appeared six times during the World Cup in Qatar, for a goal against Australia during the group stage (4-1), Adrien Rabiot does not leave indifferent on the transfer market. Eager according to the Spanish press to continue his career at FC Barcelona, the Juventus Turin midfielder is on the shelves of a flagship formation in the English championship. According to information from Corriere dello SportChelsea are eyeing the former Paris Saint-Germain player, who has entered the home stretch of his commitment to the Bianconeri and authorized from January 1 to negotiate with his various suitors.
Liverpool, Chelsea & Spurs are interested in signing Rabiot in January, there could be an offer up to €15m. Allegri doesn’t want to sell the player, even though his contract is ending. Doubts over Pogba’s fitness could mean holding on to Rabiot until the summer. [CdS] #Juventus pic.twitter.com/dHq5n4GXID
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Man Utd failed last summer
According to the transalpine daily, the Blues could satisfy the 27-year-old player by aligning themselves with his salary expectations considered to be very high. Last summer, Manchester United was in the running for the native of Saint-Maurice, in vain. Landed in Piedmont during the 2019 summer transfer window, for zero cents, the tricolor international has since played 145 games in all competitions with Juventus Turin, for 11 goals. Since the start of the 2022-2023 season, the player who has taken full advantage of Paul Pogba and N’Golo Kanté’s injury packages during the 2022 World Cup has participated in 16 games (5 goals), including 11 Serie A games. (3 goals). Will the future of Adrien Rabiot fit across the Channel for the first time in his career? To be continued…