Rabiot Sets Main Condition for Him to Stay at Juventus

Adrien Rabiot said that he hadn’t made a decision on his Juventus future but alluded to a key factor the Bianconeri would struggle to meet in his remarks to Sky and DAZN after the loss to Roma (via Tuttomercatoweb).

“There are no news on the renewal for now, but we’re serene. We haven’t had further discussions after the meeting with my mother. The club and I are calm and focusing on doing well on the pitch. The situation is a little delicate in this moment, but there will be better days ahead. I’m fine mentally and physically and I’m comfortable here, which is the most important thing. We have still a few weeks to talk and we’ll surely do it.”

The midfielder stated that the Champions League would be pivotal for his choice.

“Sure, it’s important. I want to play at a high level. We can qualify through Europa League or Serie A. It will be a meaningful factor for my future.”

Rabiot assessed the defeat at the hands of the Giallorossi.

“We are frustrated and disappointed, which is normal when you lose a game after creating many chances. That’s football. Sometimes we played poorly and won. Today we outperformed Roma but couldn’t break through. We have to forge ahead because we showed good things. There’ll be another game Thursday, so we have to keep working hard. We know our strength and that we have many quality players. Federico Chiesa and Paul Pogba subbed in today. They did well and can help us. I’m confident for the next few matches, but we knew they didn’t concede a lot at home and that it would be a challenging bout.”

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