After Being Dropped To Bench, PSG Star Rabiot Confirm Arsenal Move

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Arsenal target Adrien Rabiot has revealed he would be open to a move to the Premier League someday.

Rabiot is one of France’s best talents and has on several occasions been linked with a move to Arsenal. He’s also been linked with Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool and Chelsea in the past but PSG had no interest in letting him leave

He’s now established himself as a regular at the French club and would definitely have a lot of clubs battling to sign him when he decides to leave. He has named the Premier League as his preferred destination but didn’t mention any particular club.

“I think I would like to experience something else [outside Ligue 1],” he said, as reported by the Daily Cannon.

“There are a lot of very good championships, it’s also very rewarding to go elsewhere. I would love to play in the Premier League, not necessarily one club in particular, even though I was very fond of Liverpool when I was young.”

Although it will be a tough battle to sign the talented midfielder, his comment will come as a huge boost to Arsenal who have been keeping tabs on his development since he was 16.

Rabiot a top talent who would improve Arsenal squad a lot. If we are to start challenging for titles, a top midfielder like Rabiot is one we need.

This kind of midfielder will be an upgrade to all our current midfield options and he would give us at least a decade of top level football if he joins.

Realistically speaking, it is unlikely PSG will let him go anytime soon, the French club know how to keep their star players, as shown in the way they handled Barcelona’s interest in Verratti in the summer.

Judging by that, I don’t think we would get the chance to sign Rabiot anytime soon


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