Adrien Rabiot is forced to train with Juventus’ under 23s after being left out of their USA pre-season tour as the out of favour midfielder hopes to seal a return to Ligue 1 amid PSG and Lyon interest
- Adrien Rabiot has been forced to join Juventus’s Under-23 squad this summer
- The French midfielder was left out of the Italian club’s pre-season tour of the US
- The 26-year-old hoping to secure a move away from Turin to seal a return to Paris
French midfielder Adrien Rabiot is looking for a way out of Juventus after being included in their Under-23 pre-season squad.
The 26-year-old was the eye-catching name in the Juventus Under-23 pre-season retreat to the Rovetta sports center in Bergomi after he was left-out of Massimo Allegri’s squad who are currently touring America, due to personal reasons.
It remains unclear what those personal reasons were, but with Rabiot now training with the Under-23’s, he is now hoping to leave the club and return to Ligue 1.
Rabiot has been training with Juventus’ Under-23’s and is looking for a way out of Turin
The French midfielder wants to move back to Ligue 1 and is keen on a return to old club PSG
According to reports in Tuttosport, Rabiot wants to return to PSG, despite leaving under a cloud upon moving to Juventus in 2019. Lyon could also be an option, who are said to be interested in the French international.
Rabiot has racked up 129 appearances and 6 goals for the Old Lady, but Juventus would keen to get his €7million-a-year in wages off their books – a figure that would put off any interested parties from the Premier League.
His mother and agent Veronique is working on trying to secure a return to Paris Saint-Germain, a move Rabiot favours over any other French club.
Rabiot has 29 caps for France and was part of the national team squad at Euro 2020 last year
Rabiot began his career at PSG and played nearly 230 times for the club before leaving in 2019
Juventus have bought back French star Paul Pogba after his contract with Man Utd expired
Juventus have had a busy summer so far, securing the free transfers of Angel Di Maria and Paul Pogba as well as splashing out on Torino’s Gleison Bremer.
Although that money was largely off-set by the sale of Matthijs de Ligt, who left the club in £63million deal to Bayern Munich.
The Italian giants have also wrapped up a £34million deal with Fiorentina for Federico Chiesa and signed defender Andrea Cambiaso from Genoa.
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