Juventus to agree terms with Adrien Rabiot. Despite Manchester United’s interest, Juventus is confident in keeping midfielder Adrien Rabiot at the club.
A new contract has not yet been agreed, and the Frenchman’s deal with the Bianconeri is slated to expire at the end of this month. According to Sky Sports Italia, Juventus has extended his contract by one year with the same conditions as his present one.
Rabiot is expected to sign the agreement, which will keep him with the club for at least another year, according to the Italian team. Manchester United is one of the clubs who are interested in the midfielder. However, neither he nor his mother Veronique, who also serves as his agent, find any of the offers to be sufficiently alluring.
The Red Devils were negotiating a £15 million transfer fee when Rabiot was widely linked to them last summer. The Sun claims that Veronique’s request for her son to be paid approximately £240,000 per week was the main factor in the deal’s success.
This summer, Manchester United kept an eye on Rabiot as well, and according to a different source in The Sun, they spoke with his mother to discuss a prospective transfer. However, nothing tangible has yet been announced in this regard.
However, Rabiot had a respectable 2022–2023 season for Juventus. Throughout 48 appearances in various tournaments, he scored 11 goals and contributed six assists.
He contributed one goal and one assist in six games to help France get to the 2022 FIFA World Cup final.
Mason Mount’s transfer to Chelsea is rejected once more by Manchester United:
According to Fabrizio Romano, a trade specialist, Chelsea has turned down Manchester United’s third offer for Mason Mount this summer.
The Blues rejected the third offer from the Red Devils, which was for £50 million plus $5 million in add-ons. They have presented a counteroffer that is worth £58 million plus an additional £7 million.
Mount is convinced that he won’t sign a new contract when his current one with Chelsea expires in 2024. Therefore, the Blues must sell him this summer or run the danger of letting him walk next season.
Although the Englishman and Manchester United have already reached an agreement, the two clubs continue to place different values on transfer fees. In 35 appearances across tournaments, Mount had a subpar 2022–23 season, with just three goals and six assists.
However, since making his senior debut in 2019, the 24-year-old has generally been one of Chelsea’s most important players. In 195 games for the team, the Cobham graduate has contributed 33 goals and 37 assists.
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