Adrien Rabiot reveals his thoughts on a Premier League transfer

Adrien Rabiot reveals stance on Premier League transfer

Adrien Rabiot, a Juventus midfielder, has shown interest in moving to the Premier League but has said he does not have a favorite team.

Adrien Rabiot had a strong World Cup with France and was also in good form at the club level in the last few weeks before the Serie A season was halted.

The 27-year-old, who briefly played at Manchester City‘s academy, was a target for Manchester United during the summer transfer window until they signed Casemiro. A move was agreed upon with Juventus but not with the player’s camp.

Adrien Rabiot is nearing the end of his Juventus deal, allowing him to sign a pre-contract agreement with another team. His outstanding World Cup performance may increase interest in the former Paris Saint-Germain player.

“I’m drawn to the Premier League.” I’ve always stated I’d want to play there – will it be when my contract at Juve expires? “I’m not sure,” the footballer told reporters this week.

“I don’t have a favorite team in England, nor want to play for any of them.”

Rabiot had previously said during the World Cup in November that he had not ruled out a new deal with Juventus, but acknowledging that his France form may bring suitors to his door.

“Will I remain with Juve?” “I don’t know yet, and it’s not the time to discuss it,” he remarked.

“These performances, without a doubt, allow me to move elsewhere and speak to Juve.” But now it’s all about the World Cup. “My time in Serie A has served me well.”

In response to Manchester United’s interest, he had said, “It’s true, I had the opportunity to attempt Premier League experience, but remaining at Juventus was the right decision.”