Adrien Rabiot will probably leave Juventus because of his sustained high-level performance. Although they will attempt to renew his contract in the coming months. Federico Cherubini, the director of the Bianconceri, recently spoke with his mother and agent Veronique, according to Calciomercato.
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The request is quite exorbitant, yet the parties are on excellent terms. The Old Lady will put up a proposal that will be contrasted with upcoming ones. On the other side. The player and his camp anticipate compensation quickly when the mooted transfer to Manchester United failed last summer.
If Juventus’s likely successor, Massimiliano Allegri, who is a great supporter, stays in that position, Juventus would have a higher chance of keeping Rabiot. But the midfielder demands €10M annually in addition to a big signing bonus.
Will Rabiot rejoin Juventus this season?
SportMediaset reports that the Frenchman won’t go in January. Despite the fact that his contractual condition would seem to favor making a profit rather than receiving nothing. Since his sale would net roughly €10M, according to Luca Marchetti of Sky Sports’ transfer market. The Bianconeri want to rely on him in the second half of the season so they have more time to find a replacement in the summer (via Tuttomercatoweb).
For the 27-year-old, who transformed from a burden to a cornerstone in a matter of months, it has been quite the reversal. After waiting so long for him to succeed, it would be a tragedy to see him leave. The issue is that he was hired a few years ago with unjustly large salaries. He has a right to demand a raise at this time.
They can’t reach that high, but they can try to get by with bonuses and other non-cash considerations. Even if it’s a long shot, it’s worth a chance.
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