Tottenham are in the race to sign PSG ace and France rebel Adrien Rabiot, according to reports in France.
The playmaker impressed with the Ligue 1 champions last season but refused to be named as a World Cup stand-by when he was snubbed for the 23-man squad.
For years the 23-year-old was linked with a move to Arsenal, largely because of Arsene Wenger being the boss there.
But, since the Frenchman has left the Emirates, Rabiot has been linked with some of Europe’s biggest sides and France Football now include Spurs on that list.
Agent and mother Veronique has reportedly had meetings with Juventus, Manchester United and Manchester City.
Rabiot is looking to leave PSG, the club he joined eight years ago, after apparently becoming disillusioned over his best position.
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The midfielder has just one year left on his current deal at the Parc des Princes club and is keeping his options open ahead of next season.
Yet, Veronique has also sought out Spanish and Italian clubs, holding meetings with Barcelona and Juventus over her son’s future.
Rabiot intends to meet with new PSG boss Thomas Tuchel to discuss his future, with the German coach reportedly wanting to build his team around Julian Draxler and Marco Verratti.
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The Frenchman has been disgruntled by previous managers over their choice of position for him, with new Gunners boss Unai Emery picking him as defensive midfielder in recent seasons.
Yet, Rabiot sees himself as more of a box-to-box type player and could seek a move away from the French capital to help further his career.
He played 50 times for PSG in all competitions last season, on the way to winning the domestic treble.
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