Serie A side Juventus are keeping a close eye on the talks involving Adrien Rabiot’s entourage and Manchester United.
A fee has already been agreed between the clubs and Juve seem ready to sell the midfielder, but United are yet to agree personal terms to sign the Frenchman.
Giovanni Albanese has reported that today is expected to be a vital day in the Red Devils’ move for Rabiot and John Murtough’s goal for arriving in Turin is to ultimately agree all the personal terms for the misfiring Juventus midfielder ahead of a summer move.
Talks are still open regarding the move and today is a key day in the saga, with United looking to accelerate talks for the player’s personal terms. Juve are also keeping a close eye on the situation.
Alfredo Pedulla had reported yesterday that United’s current offer is below Rabiot’s demand of 7 million per season, with a report from the journalist now claiming that United’s initial offer is at 2 million and they’re only starting from a low base.