Real Madrid Join List of Suitors for Undecided Rabiot

Adrien Rabiot continues to leave Juventus hanging, as there are only ten more days on his contract. The Bianconeri have proposed the same wages he’s making currently, €7.5M net. His answer might not arrive until France are still alive in Euro 2024, Calciomercato reported.

While there’s not much substance to the rumors about Milan and Inter, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid are keen. Los Blancos are considering him to replace Toni Kroos. They have an ample French colony. The midfielder already worked under Carlo Ancelotti when he was a youngster at PSG and heaped praise on the coach afterward.

Rabiot spoke out both sides of his mouth from the French setup (via Mediaset).

“Thiago Motta is a great coach and did very well at Bologna and in Italy. We spent multiple seasons together, but that won’t be decisive for my choice. He has his own career, and I have mine. In any case, Juventus made an excellent choice. I thought my future would be decided before the tournament, but it didn’t happen, and I compartmentalized after coming here. My time in Turin served me well. Being part of such an institution made me grow.”

Our Take on Rabiot

The likelihood of his permanence decreases the longer the impasse goes on. If the Bianconeri are confident about singing Teun Koopmeiners on top of Douglas Luiz, they should pull their offer and give the money to Federico Chiesa, who’d be a lot harder to replace.

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