The both English teams are in contest for the former PSG man as Juve now consider offloading the 2020/2021 season flop
Adrien Rabiot is more likely to leave Juventus now after a disappointing campaign at Turin.
Juventus saw their 9-years reigns as Serie A championed come to an end following a bad run of results under Pirlo.
The former Juve man is now known to be containing less patient as he aims to land big names to help restore their place.
But in order to purchase, the Old Lady must first sell, given the club’s financial state.
Pirlo sees no other better to sell aside Rabiot who has seen his current season at Allianz Arena corrupted with bad performances.
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After 29 games, the Frenchman was only able to create 8 chances, make 1216 passes and scored 2 goals while provided no assist. And to make matters worse, he committed 38 fouls across these games.
Man United were in pursuit for him before landing Donny Van De Beek in the previous transfer window.
And are known to be already back on his radar amid the new of his possible departure from Juve squad.
Chelsea are also another team in strong pursuit for the 26-year-old.
Tuchel hopes to add more prolific names to his center and has already identified his former player as a good option for the list.
Valued in the range of €40m to €50m, Rabiot could become a major part of the coming transfer window.
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