Paratici could sign another Juventus star at Tottenham would cost a bargain £12.5m

CalcioMercato claim Tottenham could ambush Juventus for the third time in two transfer windows, signing midfielder Adrien Rabiot. The Old Lady would sanction his exit for a bargain £12.5million this summer.

Rabiot, 27, was signed from Paratici on a free transfer from PSG in 2019 – signing a four-year deal. This leaves the France international with just 12 months on his current contract. He has played 40 times for Juventus this season.

As a key member of Max Allegri’s squad, it might come as a surprise that a new deal doesn’t look like it’s imminent. Juventus open to Rabiot exit to get his £112,000-week wages (CM) from the paycheck.

After Tottenham had already signed Dejan Kulusevski and Rodrigo Bentancur in January, Tottenham could now sign Rabiot. A player whom Paratici described as “very important” in conversation with the Frenchman during his time at Juventus.

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A bargain at £12.5million. Rabiot might not start for Spurs, but Antonio Conte’s ability to convert defense into attack with a pass or a quick turn between the lines appeals. Also set defensively.

Rodrigo Bentancur and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg would likely start ahead of Rabiot should the French star move to London. But with Spurs in Europe next season, the Champions League or the Europa League, depth is required.

Harry Winks is a good cover but with the World Cup looming, the England midfielder could consider an exit to improve his chances. So Rabiot would be the ideal depth at a bargain price.

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Zack Zwiezen

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