The French midfielder is out of contract next summer

Adrien Rabiot, Juventus midfielder, has hinted at his future with rumours circulated linking him to teams like Arsenal, Chelsea, and Liverpool.

The France international’s deal with his present club is set to expire this summer, and it is unclear at this point whether he will choose to stay or go on to new opportunities.

Rabiot looks determined to play Champions League football if he moves on, which may provide some insight into the clubs he has previously been associated with.

Rabiot’s representation has reportedly been in touch with Arsenal, Chelsea, and Liverpool recently, but talking about his future and contract expiring in June Adrien Rabiot said:

“I wanna play Champions League, it will be crucial point to make a decision on my future”.

“New deal with Juventus? There are no recent talks but we’ve time to do that, there’s no news at this stage”.

Rabiot’s choice of Chelsea would presumably be eliminated as a result, given the Blues’ current struggles and slim chances of qualifying for Europe.

Liverpool’s performance has improved recently, putting them back in the mix, and they could use some new faces in the middle of the field.

Meanwhile, Mikel Arteta appears to require additional choices in the middle of the park, Arsenal are certain to return to the Champions League and may be the best choice.

Manchester City interested in Adrien Rabiot

Many reposted at the start of the season stated that Rabiot was on the verge of signing Manchester United last summer, but his requests for higher pay caused the deal to fall down.

And it is reported that Rabiot might be moving to the blue half of Manchester alternatively, as City are looking for a Gundogan successor this summer.

Both at Juventus and at his last club, Paris Saint-Germain, Rabiot has excelled, so it would be intriguing to watch the 27-year-old test his abilities in the Premier League.

Rabiot on a free move appears like a reasonable choice to take into consideration, while some City supporters may be hoping for a greater name to come in that department.

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