Adrian Rabiot ‘is open to joining Manchester United with midfielder, considering possible options as he tries to move away from Juventus’
- Midfielder Adrian Rabiot is open for a transfer from Juventus to Manchester United
- The 25-year-old tries to leave the Italian club after one season
- United has been following Rabiot for a while, while Everton is also enthusiastic
Adrian Rabiot is open to joining Manchester United with the midfielder, reportedly looking to make a move from current club Juventus.
The French international only came to Juventus on a free transfer from Paris Saint-Germain last summer, but this season failed to secure a permanent start place alongside Maurizio Sarri.
It had previously been reported that United had sent scouts several times this season to watch the 25-year-old strengthen their midfield, and it seems Rabiot himself is open to moving with him and his family to explore options when he leaves Juve , according to Corriere di Torino.
Adrian Rabiot would be open to Manchester United, who also likes to see him
The report also claims that Everton joins United to be interested in the creative midfielder and that Rabiot would welcome a move to the Premier League.
The Toffees hope that the wave of teaming up again with Carlo Ancelotti, who was first promoted by the Italian to PSG’s first team in 2012, will help them close the deal.
Rabiot’s reported salary of £ 120,000 a week is believed to be a stumbling block to any move as his contract has four years to go.
Rabiot joined Paris Saint-Germain last summer, but failed to secure a starting place
Everton is also interested and hopes a reunion with Carlo Ancelotti will convince him to join
The report also claims Juventus’ asking price for Rabiot is around £ 26 million and is also willing to include him in any deal for the inveterate midfielder Paul Pogba in United’s case.
Pogba has struggled to settle since his £ 89 million return from Juventus in 2016 and has been linked to moves to Real Madrid, PSG and his former club.
Juventus is open to recording Rabiot in collaboration with United for the inveterate midfielder Paul Pogba