Adrien Rabiot is amongst the hottest free agents in the transfer market as of now, with a number of clubs eyeing his services.
However, the midfielder has been demanding a lucrative contract as well as a huge signing-on fee, which has limited his realistic destinations to only those clubs that can afford to meet his wage demands.
According to Soccer Link, the Frenchman is looking for a €10m-a-year salary, along with a signing-on fee worth €10m.
And as of now, two European juggernauts are ready to offer terms that are close to what the 24-year-old has been hoping for.
As admitted by Rabiot himself, both Juventus and Manchester United have made approaches to sign the soon-to-be free agent.
While the Red Devils have offered the €10m plus a salary of €8m-a-year, Juve have tabled the same signing-on bonus, but €500,000 less in annual wages compared to the Premier League outfit.
However, the report adds that Rabiot’s agent and mother, Veronique Rabiot, is expected to meet PSG’s new sporting director Leonardo, to discuss the chances of a contract extension at the French capital.
The player looked certain to part ways with the Parc de Princes outfit due to his feud with Antero Henrique. But with the Portuguese sporting director now gone, Rabiot could receive a new ray of hope regarding his future in Paris.