Wherever he goes, Adrien Rabiot somehow manages to get in trouble with the local media.
Whether it’s directly his fault or not, the 25-year-old finds himself on the front page at some point during his stay at a club, doing so at Paris Saint-Germain and now the centre of attention of the Italian media because of his reported reluctance to return to Italy from quarantine in the south of France.
This has led to suggestions he could be looking for a move away from Turin, with both Manchester United and Everton supposedly in talks with his agent and mother, Véronique Rabiot.
Gazzetta dello Sport look at the situation on Wednesday, and they make it clear the France international is returning to his club, but ‘his future remains a puzzle’.
That’s because his mother ‘sees his future in the Premier League’ and the Italian newspaper are adamant she is currently in some form of contact with both the Red Devils and the Toffees.
They explain the Italian manager is ‘one of the few managers capable of getting the best out of a great and capricious talent’ like Rabiot.
It’s definitely between the two Premier League clubs at the moment, and the player’s valuation is revealed in an article just above the main one, estimated at around €30m.
Certainly affordable, and seeing as Juventus got him on a free, a huge profit for the Serie A side if they get that much for him.