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€30m-rated 25-year-old French star open to Manchester United move

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Juventus and France midfielder Adrien Rabiot offered to Premier League clubs amidst Manchester United interest.

Adrien Rabiot open to join Manchester United as he seeks Juventus exit

According to a report from Italian publication Corriere di Torino (h/t Metro), Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot is open to joining Manchester United in the summer transfer window.

Rabiot was linked with a move to Manchester United last summer when his contract with former club PSG was on the verge of expiry. However, the Frenchman opted to move to Juventus on a free transfer.

But the move hasn’t worked out all too well for Rabiot. The 25-year-old has started just 11 Serie A matches this term and has featured in just 24 matches in all competitions. He hasn’t been able to contribute with a single goal or assist so far.

Adrien Rabiot
Adrien Rabiot joined Juventus last summer

And as a result, he is considering leaving the club in the summer, with Manchester United emerging as a potential destination. The Red Devils are interested in securing his services as well. (h/t Metro)

Our midfield unit was a major problem not so long ago, but it has been rejuvenated since January. Fred has hit top form, Scott McTominay is proving himself to be a vital player, while Nemanja Matic has recovered his best form as well.

Bruno Fernandes has been a huge catalyst to this development, but with doubts remaining over the future of Pogba, another addition to the midfield wouldn’t be the worst idea.

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Juventus themselves are interested in securing the services of Pogba. They are willing to offer Rabiot, who is valued at €30m, as a part of the deal to sign his compatriot. (h/t Metro)

Rabiot, despite his talents, is another troublemaker. Moreover, the 25-year-old hasn’t been playing regularly for over a year now. So United would be better off without taking a punt on the Frenchman.