Although Adrien Rabiot's move to Manchester United fell through last summer, it appears the Frenchman's Premier League move is still on. According to HITC, Arsenal are interested in signing the Juve player on a free transfer next summer when he becomes a free agent. Rabiot has already indicated that he is willing to leave the Italian Giants. His hint comes from the fact that he stated that he is unsure whether he will renew his contract with the Old Lady.
"Renewal? I don’t know. Right now there are other things to think about. I’m focused on the pitch and doing well. We want to get out of this difficult period, then we’ll see what happens," said Rabiot.
So would Rabiot be a perfect addition to Arsenal?
Arsenal's central midfield has long been identified as lacking a quality holding midfielder other than Thomas Partey. Arteta should give Rabiot a shot; he could be the breath of fresh air his midfield needs, and don't forget he's coming for free.
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