Liverpool could enter the race for Adrien Rabiot and challenge their Premier League rivals for the Frenchman’s signature.

Corriere dello Sport via Sport Witness highlights that Adrien Rabio could enter the free agency pool in consecutive summer windows with a host of Premier League clubs keen. Liverpool are the latest to show an interest and will rival the likes of Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United for the 28-year-old WC finalist.

Adrien Rabiot is in high demand

Adrien Rabiot looks increasingly likely to depart Juventus this summer as the Frenchman’s contract ends in June. The midfielder found himself in a similar position last year, when his deal did expire, only for the Bianconeri to see a new one-year agreement with the 28-year-old WC finalist.

However, Rabiot is now considering his options despite Juventus wanting to extend his stay for longer after a string of impressive performances over the last 24 months. This time, the lure of Premier League sides and the midfielder’s ability to attract a big salary could see him leave Turin.

Arsenal and Tottenham are keen on the midfielder owing to his cost-effective acquisition in a market dominated by FFP-related spending issues. These London giants are capable of paying a high salary for Rabiot, which will ultimately become the main factor for the Frenchman before he decides his next move.

Liverpool are also in the race for Rabiot, as the club plans on a new era once Jurgen Klopp leaves. They might see the 28-year-old WC finalist as an experienced professional who could help improve their midfield for next season and beyond. Manchester United is also interested in the Frenchman, with Erik Ten Hag being a massive fan of his talents.

Where will Rabiot join?

Rabiot will have plenty of options from the Premier League, while other continental giants like Bayern Munich and mainly Barcelona will keep close tabs. His availability on a free transfer is a significant factor for many of those sides to scramble for his signature, with the Catalans likely to make everything possible to get ahead in the race.

However, the financial lure of the Premier League will play a significant factor in the midfielder deciding his next destination. Add the idea of playing Champions League football, as some clubs, particularly Tottenham, will want to qualify there to attract names like Rabiot to their club.

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