July 12, 2024

According to Fabrizio Romano via Caught Offside, it is highly unlikely that Adrien Rabiot will leave Juventus in January, despite strong interest from the Premier League. The 28-year-old World Cup finalist, who has just six months remaining on his contract, has caught the attention of clubs like Manchester United and Newcastle United.

Rabiot had come close to leaving Juventus in the past, but he has since become a crucial part of the team under Massimiliano Allegri’s management. Allegri values him as an essential player and hopes the club will extend his contract.

While there have been rumors of Rabiot’s desire to experience Premier League football, several English teams are eager to secure his services, with Manchester United and Newcastle United being the leading contenders.

There was a story suggesting that Juventus might consider selling Rabiot if they could find a suitable replacement. However, their midfield options have been depleted due to bans on Nicolop Fagioli and Paul Pogba. As a result, Allegri is actively searching for reinforcements.

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Juventus, facing financial constraints that may hinder them from making two major signings, view Rabiot as a key player in their plans and are keen on offering him a new contract. Fabrizio Romano is confident that Rabiot will remain with Juventus in January, and the club may extend his contract.

Romano stated, “Despite some speculation and his contract situation, my understanding is very clear that Adrien Rabiot is not leaving Juventus in January – it’s impossible. Juventus want to keep Rabiot and will offer him a new contract for sure, at the moment there are no contacts with other clubs even if he’d like to play in the Premier League one day. But for Juventus, he remains a crucial player.”

Newcastle United sees Rabiot as a potential replacement for Sandro Tonali, who is suspended for illegal betting for the next 10 months. The Magpies are also exploring other options, and both they and Manchester United could enter into pre-contract agreements with Rabiot in January, which would necessitate early talks with the player.

Manchester United is also in the market for a new midfielder due to disappointing performances from Casemiro and the summer arrival of Sofyan Amrabat. Acquiring Rabiot in January at a reasonable price would be beneficial for their season, but as things stand, it appears to be a challenging prospect.

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