Adrien Rabiot’s future seems to be far away from Parc des Princes, especially after Tottenham Hotspur entered the race for his signature.
The 23-year-old midfielder is reluctant to commit his future to Paris Saint-Germain and will probably leave the French capital either this January or after the end of the season.
The France international has attracted interest to his burgeoning talent ever since bursting in the Parisians’ first-team.
AC Milan, Juventus, Manchester City, and Barcelona have all been monitoring the Paris Saint-Germain starlet since the moment he entered the final year of his contract.
Although some recent claims suggested Rabiot is one step away from becoming new Blaugrana player, the Catalan giants have dismissed the reports in short notice.
Now, the Spurs look to take advantage of Rabiot’s contract situation and solve their problems in the midfield department.
Maurizio Pochettino is eager to inject fresh blood and add depth to his midfield after Moussa Sissoko picked up an injury.
The Argentinean will, however, have to invest around £20m to speed things up and conclude the deal before the January market ends.