Juventus: Rabiot sale possible after Man Utd missed out in summer window
Juventus would be open to selling Adrien Rabiot in the January transfer window, according to reports.
Rabiot’s contract is up at the end of the 2022-23 season, meaning he could leave on a free transfer.
Even though Juve want to keep the Frenchman, they would consider selling for the right fee, according to CalcioMercato.
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Rabiot nearly signed for Manchester United in the summer transfer window, before the move broke down.
He has since been in form for the Bianconeri, and has starred for France at the World Cup in Qatar.
But a transfer to Man Utd, or another club in the Premier League, is not off the cards.
Rabiot to Man Utd?
“In the end, once it was clear I would not go to United, I focused straight back on Juventus to give everything I had,” Rabiot told ESPN.
“I didn’t want people to doubt my commitment or to think that because I could have left for United, I would not care anymore.
“I am out of contract in June, and I don’t want people to think that I am not committed or invested at Juve this season.”
Rabiot on future as contract expires in June: “Premier League attracts me. I’ve always said I’d like to play there — will it be at the end of my contract at Juve? I don’t know”. 🔴🇫🇷 #transfers
“I don’t have favorite team in England, no team where I’d necessarily like to play”. pic.twitter.com/9OueJbqfaZ
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) December 7, 2022
But Rabiot remains interested in a move to the Premier League, despite enjoying his football in Turin.
“I feel attracted by the football, by the Premier League itself and its super competitive nature.
”I loved my time there, even if I was young. I liked the culture and the life; my family liked it too.
“After the World Cup, i will start thinking about my future more concretely.”