Juventus: the time of departure has come for Adrien Rabiot!

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Often announced on departure, the French midfielder finally seems ready to pack his bags. A situation that suits the Old Lady well.

The end of his adventure with Paris Saint-Germain had been a nightmare. But by signing with the Old Lady, the midfielder thought he was giving new impetus to his career. Club known to be very demanding, Juventus was supposed to allow him to take a step.

In the end, the Italian adventure of the French international (26 caps, 1 goal) above all allowed him to earn a nice jackpot with his annual €7 million. Because on the ground, Rabiot has never managed to achieve unanimity. Often announced leaving, the former Parisian has always clung to the bianconero jersey.

A great deal for Juve

But this year, the situation has changed. According to The Gazzetta dello Sport, the player would be tempted by a new challenge, in England more precisely. As a reminder, the Turin number 25 had already been announced in the sights of a club like Everton. If the Italian daily does not give concrete leads for Rabiot, one thing is certain: Juve is rubbing its hands.

Eager to give new impetus to her project, the Old Lady no longer hesitates to let slip her most expensive elements. The choice to let Paulo Dybala go free of any contract is the perfect illustration of this. One year from the end of Rabiot’s contract, the Piedmontese leaders therefore see it as an opportunity to sell a player who arrived for free and save his very impressive salary.

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