Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ed Woodward weighing up move for PSG midfielder Adrien Rabiot

Solskjaer and Ed Woodward discussing risky move for PSG midfielder Adrien Rabiot
The Frenchman is offered on a free switch however comes with a couple of points (Image: Getty)

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ed Woodward are discussing the potential for making a move for PSG midfielder Adrien Rabiot, who can be accessible on a free switch when his contract expires this summer time.

Manchester United are planning a serious rebuild of their squad after a testing marketing campaign and Solskjaer desires not less than 5 new signings, with the midfield an space of specific concern.

Ander Herrera has already confirmed he’ll depart the membership as a free agent in the summertime, whereas Andreas Pereira and Juan Mata may comply with swimsuit; Paul Pogba, in the meantime, is being linked with a move to Actual Madrid and Nemanja Matic’s kind has tailed off alarmingly.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking to dramatically overhaul Manchester United's squad this summer
Solskjaer is seeking to dramatically overhaul United’s squad this summer time (Image: Getty)

In accordance with the Mirror, Rabiot has emerged as a possible choice to United’s midfield conundrum after being frozen out by PSG, with the 24-year-old not enjoying – and even coaching – with the primary workforce squad since December.



Though Rabiot is an clearly gifted participant, and has attracted curiosity from Spurs, Juventus and Chelsea, there are considerations over his behaviour and perspective.

He has fallen out with a string of PSG managers and even France boss Didier Deschamps, shockingly rejecting a spot on the standby record for final summer time’s World Cup, whereas he infuriated PSG when he went to a nightclub straight after their Champions League defeat to United.

His contract calls for have already delay plenty of suitors, with the Frenchman demanding a base wage of £175,000-a-week and a £10million signing-on charge.

Rabiot was omitted from the primary workforce after making it clear he wouldn’t signal a brand new deal (Getty)

United can meet these calls for, nonetheless, and Solskjaer and government vice-chairman Woodward are deciding whether or not they are going to make a proper provide for a participant with such a chequered historical past.

The very last thing Solskjaer desires is one other dangerous egg on the membership – Gary Neville claimed there was ‘Japanese knotweed attacking the foundations’  – and the Norwegian is eager to mould a humble, hard-working facet.

Rabiot doesn’t precisely match that profile, however the Frenchman is an enormously gifted participant and ready-made for the Premier League, and could possibly be a danger value taking.



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