Adrien Rabiot could leave Juventus after just one season with Manchester United and Everton both interested in the French midfielder.
The 25-year-old is currently in the French Riviera with his mother-agent and is expected to return to Turin this week when he’ll undergo two weeks of self-isolation.
Corriere Torino report that the Frenchman is already looking to move on from Juventus with some contact having been made with a few Premier League clubs, primarily, Manchester United and Everton.
Toffee’s coach Carlo Ancelotti is reportedly particularly keen to have Rabiot arrive at Everton where he thinks he could make a difference in midfield.
Manchester United are also reportedly interested in the youngster, and he could form part of any potential negotiations for Paul Pogba, who Juventus are especially keen on brining back to Turin this summer.
Despite the speculation, the report highlights Rabiot’s significantly high salary, reportedly €7m a year, as a potential stumbling block in any talks.
Gazzetta dello Sport report on similar lines and highlight Real Madrid’s possible reluctance to sign Paul Pogba, leaving the way clear for Juve to use Rabiot as a makeweight in a possible swap deal to bring ‘Polpo’ back to Turin.