Sky: Contacts between Milan and Rabiot confirmed – when the player will decide

By Oliver Fisher -

Yet another source has claimed that AC Milan are making a concrete attempt to try and land Adrien Rabiot, whose contract with Juventus will expire in a few days.

According to Sky, Rabiot is of interest to the Milan management as they look for reinforcements that will raise the level of the midfield department. There was an enquiry lodged with his mother-agent Veronique, but the demands are high.

The Frenchman intends to wait for the end of the European Championship and only then he will evaluate the possible destinations. The first offer to be considered (if it were made) would be that of Juventus, then the remaining ones will be looked into including Milan, without any foreclosures.

Rabiot wants a club with a defined plan to win both in Italy and in Europe, so it can be inferred that the strength of the project put forward will have a big bearing on the decision that the former PSG man makes.

We have seen from the Joshua Zirkzee saga that Milan will not get into any bidding wars when it comes to salary or commissions owed to agents, but Turin-based source Tuttosport did report yesterday that they have tabled a three-year offer to Rabiot and matched Juve’s salary bid.

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6 Comments

    1. We just sold a player who had a great season in Atalanta (CDK) for 23 million and is worth at least ten million euros more! For these two, we will get 60 million only in some other parallel universe!

      1. That is different case as he has buyout clause.

        If CDK was sold normally it would be closer to 40m.

        But I agree, 60 mil for Bennacer and Adli is a stretch. After the season they had and Bennacer back from serious injury I think 50m max is what we can expect, it’s a bit stretch though(Bennacer 35m and Adli 15m)

    2. If we get both Fofana and Rabiot (Vive la France, right?), then yes, we can see 2 out of Adli, Isma, and Pobega out of Milan. Adli seems like a great guy and all but honestly I won’t see him thriving in this Milan.

  1. Rabiot would be a statement signing for Milan and the management. This alone is reason enough to get him. It’ll be easier to keep out star players and we can attract better players as a result.

    Froma sporting perspective it also makes sense. Rabiot fits like a glove into a mezzala position in Fonseca’s 4-3-3

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