Chelsea’s stance revealed as Rabiot steps up push for Juventus exit



 

A fresh insight into the future of transfer-linked Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot has been provided on Thursday afternoon.

French international Rabiot has spent the last three seasons plying his trade in Turin, since opting to call time on his spell with Paris Saint-Germain upon the conclusion of his contract in 2019.

The 27-year-old’s ensuing stint in Italy, though, has proven something of a hit-and-miss affair.

Whilst flashes of his unquestionable brilliance have been on display on occasion, all told, Rabiot has simply not performed to the kind of level expected of him on a consistent enough basis to win over the Bianconeri faithful.

In turn, it hasn’t come as a massive surprise to hear of murmurs beginning to spread that the 29-time capped international could be on the move at some point over the weeks ahead.

And now, as alluded to above a fresh insight into Rabiot’s future has been forthcoming online.

The info comes courtesy of Jason Burt of The Telegraph, who has backed suggestions that the Frenchman himself is keen on a new adventure ahead of next season.

Not only that, but it is suggested that Rabiot has his sights set firmly on a Premier League switch.

So, where exactly in England could the once so highly touted midfielder land?

Despite reports to the contrary, it it assured that Chelsea are yet to make any form of contact with either Rabiot or Juventus, amid whispers that Thomas Tuchel would be keen on a reunion with his one-time PSG star.

This opens the door for two other alleged suitors to step up to the plate, with both Manchester United and Newcastle United understood to have their sights fixed firmly on the 27-year-old ahead of next season.

 

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