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Man Utd, Liverpool and Arsenal offered World Cup star as huge salary demands revealed

Rory O'Callaghan

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Man Utd, Liverpool and Arsenal offered World Cup star as huge salary demands revealed

A number of Premier League clubs including Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal have been offered the chance to sign France international Adrien Rabiot.

The 27-year-old midfielder has caught the eye with his impressive performances for France at the World Cup in Qatar.

Rabiot has played a key role for the defending champions throughout the tournament but missed Wednesday's semi-final win over Morocco because of an illness, reportedly caused by the air conditioning at the team's base in Doha.

France will be hoping he can recover in time for Sunday's final against Argentina, with both nations looking to win their third World Cup.


Rabiot set to leave Juventus

On the domestic front, Rabiot looks certain to leave Italian club Juventus when his contract expires at the end of the season.

According to 90min, several Premier League clubs are interested in signing the midfielder on a free transfer.



Manchester United are said to retain an interest in signing Rabiot despite a previous move for him falling through in the summer.

It is claimed that Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham have also been in regular contact with the player's representatives over a potential deal.

Meanwhile, Spanish giants Barcelona have also been offered the midfielder.

Rabiot's wage demands revealed


Italian media outlets claim Rabiot wants a €10m-per-year contract from his next club.

However, sources have confirmed to 90min that he would accept less for the 'right footballing project'.

While a move to Spain is a possibility, Rabiot himself has suggested that the Premier League is his preferred destination.

"I have always said that I'd like to play in England in my career. I still have that desire. I'd like to evolve in the Premier League," he said.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Adrien Rabiot, France, Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Football, Transfers, Juventus

Rory O'Callaghan
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