Bayern Munich are reportedly interested in 28-year-old French international midfielder Adrien Rabiot, a target for Manchester United.

Adrien Rabiot will be out of contract this summer, and Bayern Munich are hoping to sign him on a free transfer. According to Fabrizio Romano, Premier League giants Manchester United are keen on the French international as well.

Rabiot has proven himself to be a key player for club and country this season, and he has 11 goals across all competitions for the Italian club. He helped his country reach the finals of the World Cup in Qatar as well. There is no doubt that the 28-year-old would be a quality acquisition for Manchester United and Bayern Munich.

Manchester United will need to bring in a quality midfield partner for Casemiro, and the 28-year-old Frenchman certainly fits the profile. He will add control, composure and physicality to the Manchester United me feel. Apart from his passing ability, he will help out defensively as well. So the interest in Rabiot is understandable.

Similarly, Bayern Munich need to add more depth to their midfield as well. Joshua Kimmich has been linked to the move away from the club, and Bayern Munich will have to replace him adequately. Rabiot could prove to be a quality acquisition. The 28-year-old is at the peak of his career and has the ability to make an immediate impact in the Bundesliga and the Premier League.

It will be interesting to see where he ends up eventually. Signing a player of his ability on a free transfer could prove to be a masterstroke. Both Manchester United and Bayern Munich have the financial resources to offer him a lucrative contract, and the player is likely to be tempted to join them.

Juventus will be hoping to tie him down to a new contract. But the Italian giants are going through financial limitations and they might not be able to match up to Manchester United or Bayern Munich financially. In addition, the recent controversies surrounding the Bianconeri might also turn Rabiot’s head.

The 28-year-old has proven himself in France and Italy. He will be hoping to try out a new adventure at this stage of his career. So a move to Germany or England could be an attractive option for him.

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