Juventus willing to meet Adrien Rabiot’s financial demands for new deal

Juventus are now willing to meet the financial demands regarding a new deal for French midfielder Adrien Rabiot.

The ex-Paris Saint-Germain man has been one of Juve’s best players this season and his turn-around has been excellent, as he had endured poor campaigns before this one.

Fabiana della Valle has reported that Juve are willing to pay €10 million including bonuses to Rabiot regarding a new deal, with the player also happy in Turin. The midfielder is said to be quite interested in the project that Juve are looking to offer him, even though he knows about interest from abroad.

But the key deciding factor for Rabiot could be the presence of Champions League football at Juve next season as he wants to play at a high level in Europe. He, along with his mother-agent, will make a decision about his future close to the end of the season and there is willingness from both parties to potentially find an agreement.

Encouraging signs are coming from the player’s entourage and Juve’s relations with Veronique Rabiot are good. The good news for the Bianconeri is that no offers have arrived from the Premier League and while they can’t offer a fixed salary of more than €8 million per season (what Paul Pogba earns), but they can offer a total package of €10 million per season and that was the Frenchman’s demands from other clubs.

With Rabiot’s deal running out in the summer, Max Allegri’s presence will also be key. If the Italian stays, it will increase the chances of Rabiot staying at the Old Lady.



Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN

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