Juventus chief football officer Fabio Paratici plays down reports that Adrien Rabiot – linked with Arsenal and Manchester United – might leave the club.
Juventus chief football officer Fabio Paratici has actually played down ideas that Adrien Rabiot might leave the club during the upcoming transfer window.
The 25- year-old only joined the Old woman last summer, however Manchester United and Arsenal are amongst the clubs to be credited with an interest in his services over the last couple of weeks.
Rabiot has actually just begun 13 Serie A games for Juve during the 2019-20 campaign, while he is yet to score or sign up an assist for Maurizio Sarri‘s side.
Nevertheless, Paratici has actually firmly insisted that the Frenchman is “very important” for the club and will belong of their “future”, apparently dismissing a summer exit.
“Let’s not forget that Rabiot is in his first year in Italy, and the first year is always special,” Paratici informed Sky Sport Italia.
” At the start of the season, we might see the very same doubts over Matthijs de Ligt, who took place to be the very best defender in the Champions League [with Ajax last season] at the age of19 Now I see there is a various viewpoint of him.
“Rabiot also arrived from PSG after six months of inactivity. He had to catch up with his physical condition. That said, he is a great player, someone who is very important for Juventus today and will be for the future.”
Rabiot’s contract in Turin is due to run till completion of the 2022-23 campaign.