Over the past few days, we’ve covered claims from Italy which stated Manchester United are interested in Juventus’ Adrien Rabiot.
At the weekend, Corriere dello Sport stated the Red Devils are ‘serious’ about a move for the 27-year-old this summer.
The midfielder has a year left on his current deal and is attentive to what’s happening in the market with regards to his future.
That’s according to Tuttosport, who dispute French claims that Rabiot has ‘officially asked’ for his sale.
Juve, for now, have not held talks with Rabiot, and would not be taken aback with his desire to look for a move. An exit is possible as long as there is an offer that is deemed adequate for the Turin club, which is ‘at least €20m’.
Massimiliano Allegri has always considered the France international a key element in his side. That may not matter if Juve receive a proposal of at least €20m or more.
Tuttosport go on to state the player has a fair number of suitors, particularly in England, where he is ‘tempting’ many clubs, ‘especially Manchester United’.
The Italian sports media continue to push the midfielder towards Erik ten Hag’s side.
That’s possibly because Rabiot is looking to leave this summer as a renewal at Juventus would only be possible with a pay cut.