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Rabiot insists on his salary increase before joining Manchester United

August 12, 2022 - 10:30 pm

Adrien Rabiot’s personal demands are holding up his move from Juventus to Manchester United.

The midfielder is the subject of serious transfer interest from United, and the English club has already agreed on a fee with Juve.

The Bianconeri has been desperate to offload him in this transfer window because it is the last they can get a fee for his signature.

However, there have been no takers until United became interested this week.

Juve quickly agreed to a fee with them and asked them to speak with the player.

United sent a delegate to meet the midfielder’s entourage, and everyone is expecting a positive outcome.

However, a report on Tuttomercatoweb claims the midfielder’s demand currently holds the deal up.

The report claims he wants 10m euros per season before leaving Turin for Manchester.

Juve FC Says

Rabiot should ideally be eager to leave Juventus, but as things stand, it seems he enjoys playing for the Bianconeri.

It could also be that he plans to leave the Allianz Stadium as a free agent at the end of this season, a decision that could fetch him a lot of money.

There is still time to convince him to leave. Hopefully, he can find an agreement with the Englishmen soon.

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    juvemania August 13, 2022 at 2:07 am

    this man always all about money. juventus most trusted mercenary, we gave nothing but takes your money.
    he is a prime example how mercenary should behave at juve, just like alex sandro and cuadrado too who refused to move. our mercenaries were inspired by khedira, allegri beloved players.
    in facts all allegri players behave like this.
    its not a coincidence that we have to let go alot of players like this and its not a surprise that most of them are played like sht.
    loyalty to the club = 0
    loyalty to money = 100
    and we are asking them to win throphies and breaking bones for us? hahaha


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      soxterix August 13, 2022 at 6:31 am

      I don’t get this attitude. There were agreements signed by the club and the players and there is nothing wrong that players insist that those agreements are respected. Are you so open for your employer to cut your wages in the name of loyalty towards your company?

      Also Cuadrado was the most consistent (and quite often the best) player season after season so asking him to agree to lower his wages is simply outrageous.

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    Joeke August 13, 2022 at 7:27 am

    I did expect better from Rabiot then from Ramsey… Man, I was wrong… 🙁