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Adrien Rabiot, Simeone’s new favorite for midfield

Adrien Rabiot’s situation at Juventus has been generating a lot of doubts in recent weeks. A few days ago it was reported that the Frenchman was ready to sign a contract extension with his club. However, this does not seem to be going very well, and at the same time Atlético’s interest is growing.

In the midst of the uncertainty about the possible extension of Adrien Rabiot’s continuity, they are thinking about his arrival in Madrid. According to recent information, the club has marked him as a favorite, and they are preparing to make an offer. This is a player with a lot of experience, and his signing would undoubtedly be a guarantee of quality.

A new challenge?

The player from Saint-Maurice arrived at the Vecchia Signora in the summer of 2019 and has since been playing a very important role in the team. In Serie A, he has demonstrated versatility and an undeniable ability to dominate the midfield. These characteristics have caught the attention of Simeone, and he is determined to make an offer.

His defensive skills and goalscoring ability, coupled with his extensive experience, are enough to make him a key target for any club. That is why it is not surprising that Atlético has him in its sights. The problem will be that they are trying to keep him in Serie A, and the midfielder seems calm about it.

Will they make an offer in January?

At the moment, it does not seem that the red and white club has planned to make an offer in the winter. Apparently, the plan is to add Adrien Rabiot for the next season. In addition, his contract ends in 2024, so he could arrive as a free agent.

However, it is unlikely that Juventus will let him go without a fight, so we will surely be hearing news about his imminent renewal.

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