Adrien Rabiot will be the subject of a transfer battle between top European clubs this summer with his future uncertain.
Manchester United came close to snapping him up last summer, but the deal broke down.
Rabiot would be happy to continue with Juventus, but his contract is running out and he will be free to join any club this summer on a free transfer.
However, the Frenchman said he is focusing on finishing the season with the Bianconeri, with Man United, Arsenal and former club Paris Saint-Germain monitoring his situation.
In an interview with Saber Desfarges (via Telefoot), Rabiot said: “PSG – there is nothing special about [the link]. I hear a lot of noise.”
After progressing through PSG’s academy, Rabiot played for the senior team for six seasons before leaving.
He will have plenty of suitors this summer. Juventus want to keep him at the club, but their financial situation is concerning.
Man United could also return for him, and there have been links to Premier League table-toppers Arsenal.
The 27-year-old has made it clear that a club in the Champions League will get his priority.
Rabiot has been in fine form this season, bagging seven goals and three assists in 23 Serie A appearances under Juve manager Massimiliano Allegri.
He will be a constant for the French national team over the next few years. Head coach Didier Deschamps called him up for the latest round of international games.
The central midfielder was part of the Les Bleus squad that finished as runners-up at the 2022 World Cup.
However, interested clubs will remain wary of the trouble the former PSG man and his mother/agent, Veronique Rabiot, can cause.
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