Adrien Rabiot is ‘looking to ditch Juventus’ for a Premier League club

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Adrien Rabiot is ‘looking to ditch Juventus’ for a Premier League club this summer and could make use of his good relationship with Thomas Tuchel at PSG… but ‘Chelsea are yet to make contact’

  • Thomas Rabiot played over 200 games for PSG in  seven seasons with the club
  • He has since become a regular starter for Juventus and the French national side
  • The 27-year-old wants to leave Juventus, who would accept an offer of ‘£13-17m’
  • Rabiot would like to join a club  that has secured Champions League football

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Juventus and France midfielder Adrien Rabiot is keen to ‘join a Premier League club this summer.’

The 27-year-old  joined Juventus in 2019 and has been a regular for the Old Lady ever since.

He previously played over 200 games for PSG, including a season under current Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel.

Adrien Rabiot is looking to ‘leave Juventus and join a Premier League club this summer’

According to reports in The Telegraph, Rabiot has made it clear he wants to leave the club and Juventus would accept an offer of roughly ‘£13-17m’ for the midfielder. 

They also reported that Rabiot is looking to join a Premier League club that will be playing Champions League football next season, and that he had a good relationship with Tuchel at PSG.

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Chelsea are not known to have made contact with the France international yet, but it would seem like the ideal transfer for all parties.

Thomas Tuchel is said to  have had a 'good relationship' with Rabiot when they were at PSG

Thomas Tuchel is said to  have had a ‘good relationship’ with Rabiot when they were at PSG

The move could be seen as a risk, as Rabiot would be laving a club where he has an established role for one where he does not in the run-up to a World Cup.

He has been in and out of the France team since 2016 but established himself in the last couple of years with 18 appearances since the start of 2021. 

If he were to move to Chelsea, it would see the midfielder competing with his France teammate N’Golo Kante for game time at Stanford Bridge.

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