Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly ahead in th race to sign French intentional and Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot.
The 27-year-old has established himself as a regular in both club and country. He managed six appearances for France before losing the finals to Argentina in penalty shootouts.
Rabiot looks set to to depart Juventus for a new challenge either in January or in the summer despite his impressive performances. The former Paris Saint-Germain man is looking to leave Juventus as he feels his wage demands are not being met by the Italian giants.
This has made a host of clubs hold interest in signing the Frenchman in January on a cut-price fee or in the summer on a free transfer.
Corriere dello Sport reports that Juventus will consider bids tabled before selling the Frenchman. The report suggests that club officials will be ready to offload Rabiot if they receive an offer of €15 million (£13.2m)
Spurs are being seen as the frontrunners for the Frenchman's signature and their links through managing director Fabio Paratici who was previously at Juventus gives them an upper hand. Arsenal are reportedly set to rival their North London rivals in the race for Rabiot as they look to bolster their midfield.
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