Manchester United and Tottenham are willing to pay €10 million per year to Adrien Rabiot as he inches closer to departing Juventus.
According to Calciomercatoweb, Manchester United and Tottenham are among the clubs keen to sign Adrien Rabiot on a Bosman deal. The Premier League giants are willing to pay the French international midfielder’s €10 million-a-year salary demands, as he seems sure of leaving Juventus.
Barring a massive surprise, Adrien Rabiot will leave Juventus when the season ends. The relationship between the club and the French international midfielder has not been good since their debacle last summer. Back then, the Bianconeri were open to allowing him to join Manchester United and were willing to forgo any transfer fees.
Eventually, a move to Old Trafford fell through, even though Manchester United were open to paying a reasonable fee in return. The main issue revolved around personal terms, with the Red Devils unwilling to meet his salary expectations.
Rabiot has since re-established himself as an essential player under Massimiliano Allegri, playing 44 games in all competitions. The Juventus manager would like to see the French international midfielder prolong his career in Turin, although that may not materialise.
Rabiot could open his doors for a new challenge as he continues to attract massive interest from Premier League sides. Manchester United retain an interest and are open to signing him on a free transfer. Erik ten Hag is keen to bolster his midfield and find a suitable partner for Casemiro.
Rabiot, with his tremendous experience at the highest levels, could become that player, and Manchester United will be glad to take him on a Bosman deal. While a move fell through last year owing to personal terms issues, this time, the Red Devils are open to paying his €10 million-a-year salary demands.
There’s also reported interest from PSG in taking their former player, and they are ready to meet those salary demands. Another English side, Tottenham, are also in the same boat, with the north Londoners ready to pay €10 million per year to the French international midfielder.
Tottenham have remained interested in Rabiot for some time and would openly meet his financial requirements. The only problem for Spurs would circle around their non-participation in next season’s Champions League. A player of Rabiot’s calibre would want to play in the top-tier competition, which could swing the transfer towards Manchester United.
Rabiot will likely take his time to decide on his next move, with offers set to come from England and France. He might look to take a leap and play Premier League football. But the prospect of returning to his former side PSG could also appeal to the soon-to-be-free agent.
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