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03/05/2019 - 13:09 BST

Juventus Take Step Forward In Pursuit of Tottenham Target Adrien Rabiot

 




Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici met the entourage of Tottenham Hotspur target Adrien Rabiot last week to discuss a possible transfer.

The Italian champions have already signed Aaron Ramsey up on a pre-contractual agreement and are looking to make more additions to their midfield area ahead of the start of the new season.
 
 



Rabiot is available on a free transfer once his contract with Paris Saint-Germain expires at the end of the season and he has been at the centre of a transfer saga in recent months.

Barcelona have already tabled a contract offer and even Tottenham have continued to show interest in the Frenchman over the last few months.

 


Juventus have also been following the saga from a distance and, according to Italian daily Tuttosport, they made a decisive move last week to assess the possibility of a transfer.



Paratici met the representatives of the midfielder and discussed the possibility of the 23-year-old moving to Turin at the end of the season.

Rabiot’s high wage demands are a problem and a move for him is likely to kill Juventus’ dream of signing Manchester United’s Paul Pogba.

 


But the Italian champions have continued to keep tabs on the PSG midfielder with a view to possibly signing him.