Rabiot Set To Extend Juventus Contract In Coming Weeks

Femi Onasanya By Femi Onasanya - Sports Reporter
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The France international and Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot is prepared to stay in Turin longer, and he will probably sign a contract extension in the upcoming weeks, according to report.

By the end of 2023–2024, the 28-year-old’s contract will expire. He chose to extend his stay at the Allianz Stadium for an additional year on better personal terms, even though his contract was set to expire at the end of the 2022–2023 season.

The Premier League is reportedly interested in signing Rabiot, who currently earns €7 million a year, but he may agree to sign a contract for another year at that salary.

His desire to stay stems primarily from his strong relationship with coach Max Allegri.

Allegri was actually a major factor in Rabiot’s initial desire to sign with Juventus in 2019, the coach departed the team at the conclusion of the 2018–19 campaign, before the two had the opportunity to collaborate.

Rabiot’s mother and agent Veronique had contemplated asking to leave Juventus a few months after Maurizio Sarri took over for Allegri because of his lack of regular playing time.

Under Andrea Pirlo, things started to get better, but Allegri’s return has largely coincided with Rabiot’s return to peak form. 

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