Adrien Rabiot ‘is considering Juventus future and has held talks with Barcelona’

Adrien Rabiot ‘is considering leaving Juventus due to a lack of game time’ and has ‘held talks with Barcelona’ over a move despite only joining from PSG three months ago

  • Adrien Rabiot is considering leaving Juventus despite joining three months ago 
  • The midfielder has been made to play a supporting role, starting just two games
  • His agents have already held informal talks with Barcelona over a potential move 

Adrien Rabiot is reportedly considering his future at Juventus despite only joining in July.

The Frenchman moved to Turin from Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer in the summer.

But Rabiot has failed to make his presence known and has found himself the odd man out in a crowded midfield.

Adrien Rabiot is contemplating his Juventus future due to a lack of playing time

The 24-year-old has started just two matches across all competitions with Maurizio Sarri preferring to use other options more regularly.

According to Calciomercato, Rabiot’s patience is already running thin at the lack of game time.

He had previously been linked with Barcelona and the Italian outlet claim his representatives have held informal talks with the club regarding a move.

Juventus’ midfield is littered with talent with Rabiot having to compete for central positions against Aaron Ramsey, Miralem Pjanic, Blaise Matiudi, Emre Can, Sami Khedira and Rodrgio Bentacur.

The midfielder's representatives have already held informal talks with Barcelona about a move

The midfielder’s representatives have already held informal talks with Barcelona about a move


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