Adrien Rabiot is close to signing a new contract with the club.
Rabiot had signed a short-term contract at the end of last season in order to avoid leaving the club on a free transfer last summer.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport (via TMW), Rabiot has decided to stay with the Bianconeri for another season, despite the fact that he could have moved to the Premier League for a much higher salary.
Juve is expected to offer him a new contract until the summer of 2025, and contact with his entourage has already occurred in recent weeks. In his new contract, he will earn the same amount as he does now: €8 million per season.
His extension will be made official later, but in the meantime, Max Allegri has a lot of faith in the Frenchman because of how he has performed since last season and taken on a leadership role at the club.
Adrien Rabiot to stay at Juventus
Adrien Rabiot is considering re-signing with Juventus and staying for at least another season. In a recent interview, his mother and agent Veronique postponed the negotiations, but the parties have been bargaining in the last few weeks, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
The Bianconeri have offered the star midfielder the same deal they did last summer: a one-year extension with slightly higher wages. If he accepted, he would earn €8 million in 2024/2025. His current contract expires in June.
Rabiot did not leave Juventus despite the club’s exclusion from the European Cups, but he would like to return to the European stage. Given their strong start, the Old Lady is well on its way to accomplishing this. He might have to wait a little longer to see where their season is going, but he’s on his way to staying.
The ace has played the most minutes in the squad, trailing only Gleison Bremer. He isn’t the leader solely because he missed one game due to yellow card accumulation. As he frequently stated, he has a great relationship with Massimiliano Allegri.
Juventus and Rabiot
Even if it isn’t a long-term solution, another short-term solution would save the club the trouble and money of signing a top midfielder. Replacing him properly would be prohibitively expensive given his status. If the signature arrived well before the end of the campaign, it could be a big hint about Allegri’s future.