- Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot has expressed his desire to play in the Premier League
- Rabiot had a summer move to Manchester United collapse after a disagreement on terms
- The France international has now re-affirmed a dream to join the top English competition
Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot was close to joining Manchester United in the summer, after both clubs agreed on a transfer.
The deal collapsed after Rabiot and the Red Devils failed to reach an agreement over personal terms. He stayed in Turin and has become an integral member of Max Allegri's squad.
Rabiot has now expressed his desire to one day play in England as it suits his characteristics, but he has no club in mind for a transfer.
What Adrien Rabiot said
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“I’ve always said I would like to play there. Will it be at the end of my contract at Juventus? I have no idea."
Rabiot has started all games for France at the World Cup bar the third group game, a 1-0 loss to Tunisia. He scored in the 4-1 win over Australia in the opening game.
What happened in the summer?
"It’s true; there were contacts with Premier League clubs, but in the end, I was lucky to stay. Perhaps it was the best decision. The Premier League is the most followed league, but I don’t think about the future."
The Old Trafford outfit went after other midfield targets, also failing to land Barcelona's Frenkie de Jong and eventually signing Casemiro from Real Madrid.
Manchester United target Moises Caicedo
Sports Brief earlier reported that Manchester United have moved on from the signing of Rabiot and are looking to sign Moises Caicedo from Brighton, who have set an asking price of £70m.
Brighton beat the Red Devils to the signing of the Ecuador midfielder in 2021, and he has become a more mature midfielder and is attracting interest from top Premier League clubs.
De Jong is another player United is interested in, despite the Dutch star's defiance. He claims he is settled in Spain and has no plan to move.
Source: Sports Brief News