In a season plagued by endless injuries, few Juventus players have managed to escape the bug. Nonetheless, Adrien Rabiot was able to maintain his best fitness for most of the campaign and put in extra shifts to cover for his missing teammates.
In fact, the Frenchman has made 45 appearances this season and spent 3,358 minutes on the pitch. Only Wojciech Szczesny and Matthijs de Ligt have racked up more minutes than the former Paris Saint Germain player.
But despite being a recurring starter for Max Allegri, his performances were far from satisfactory. What future for the 27-year-old player?
According to Tutosport Going through ilBianconeroAllegri would happily keep Rabiot at Juventus, but management would offer little resistance should Chelsea come up with a decent offer.
The source believes the Blues could launch a bid for the France international once the Wyss-Boehly takeover is complete. The midfielder is one of the highest earners at the club with a net salary of €7m per season, and his contract expires in 2023.
Therefore, Juventus would be ready to part ways with the player if the West Londoners offered a figure between €15m and €20m. Such a sale would allow the Italians to register significant capital gains from a player who initially arrived as a free agent, while lowering the wage bill.
The report adds that Newcastle United are another Premier League club that could be preparing to launch an attack on Rabiot.