Adrien Rabiot’s wage demands is currently holding back the conclusion of Manchester United’s move for the Juventus midfielder.
It has been reported that while a fee has been agreed between the Bianconeri and United, personal terms were not agreed.
Carlo Laudisa has reported about the potential deal, claiming that Juventus are now currently only spectators on the Rabiot front and his move to United. There are no problems between the two clubs and personal terms are being discussed.
United though, have come across some hesitations from Veronique – Rabiot’s mother-agent. A lot of it is because Rabiot is demanding wages of over €10 million per season on a three-year contract and guarantees over Champions League football. That is why the approval has been rather slow in coming.
While Davide Frattesi has been discussed as an idea when Rabiot departs, Max Allegri would rather fancy signing Leandro Paredes, who is valued at €20 million by Paris Saint-Germain.