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Adrian Rabiot insists on leaving Juventus this summer

Adrian Rabiot is pushing to leave Juventus this summer (AP)

According to reports, Juventus midfielder Adrian Rabiot wants to move to the Premier League side this summer.

The France international has finished his third season at Juventus after joining the Italian club on a free transfer from Paris Saint-Germain in 2019.

Rabiot played a regular role in Juve’s side last season, but it was a disappointing campaign as they finished fourth in Serie A, 16 points behind champions AC Milan.

According to WireRabiot is now looking to leave Juventus this summer and the Serie A club will not stand in his way.

The report claimed Rabiot will be available for €15m to €20m (£13m-17m) as he has only one year left on his contract.

It is understood Rabiot prefers a move to the Premier League and is keen to join a club that will play in the Champions League next season.

Adrian Rabiot played against Chelsea in the Champions League last season

Adrian Rabiot played against Chelsea in the Champions League last season (Getty).

Arsenal have previously tried to sign Rabiot, while Chelsea could also be in the running as Thomas Tuchel had a positive relationship with the midfielder during their stay together at Paris Saint-Germain.

So far, neither Arsenal nor Chelsea have made an approach for Rabiot.

Manchester United are also in the market for a new central midfielder but their top target is Barcelona’s Frankie de Jong.

Juventus, meanwhile, are close to announcing the signing of Paul Pogba from Manchester United.

The World Cup winner has now agreed individual terms with his former club and will be involved in a free transfer.

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