Juventus’ Adrien Rabiot has been linked with a move to Manchester United in the last few summer windows and the Italian media continue to link him to the Red Devils for the next window.

The midfielder’s deal at Juventus expires in June and he’s decided to make a decision on his future after his side qualify for the Champions League.

Rabiot’s quotes are relayed by Quotidiano Sportivo, who also mention Manchester United as an interested party.

His renewal is the hot topic for Juve, and their technical director, Cristiano Giuntoli, has just over a month to convince him to sign an extension.

On Monday, journalist Paolo Paganini said the 29-year-old could be more inclined to accept Manchester United’s offer if Massimiliano Allegri were to leave Juventus.

Quotidiano Sportivo also pointed that out and add that the Turin club would have to consider the financial aspect of the renewal. The France international currently earns €7.5m per year.

Rabiot’s mother Veronique, who is also his agent, could take advantage of the offer that ‘will arrive’ from abroad, where Erik ten Hag’s side Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund are all said to be interested, to request for a better deal from Juve.

Juve’s signings will depend on whether or not Rabiot stays and Manchester United could spoil their transfer plans for the next window.