The Red Devils have reportedly agreed on a fee of £15 million with the Serie A giants to sign the 27-year-old, who has one year left on his contract with the Old Lady.
According to the report, the Bianconeri are eager to sell the France international, but negotiations on personal terms are still in the early stages.
The report states that the Bianconeri are happy to sell the France international but discussions regarding personal terms are at an early stage.
In order for a deal to be processed – the green light will reportedly be required from Rabiot’s agent, and mother, Veronique.
Following yesterday’s 2-1 defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion at Old Trafford in the opening game of the Premier League season, which was the worst possible start to Erik ten Hag‘s reign, panic stations look to have kicked in within the club’s transfer strategy.
Either side of the damaging defeat to the Seagulls, United has been linked with a double Serie A raid – with former Stoke City and West Ham United forward Marko Arnautovic also linked with a move from Bologna.
With the chances of Frenkie de Jong seemingly reuniting with his former Ajax boss at Old Trafford dwindling by the day – United have understandably switched their attentions elsewhere barring a dramatic U-turn in the Barcelona midfielder’s stance on moving to the twenty-time league champions materializing.
Manchester United once again started another Premier League season with Scott McTominay and Fred as the first-choice midfield pairing.
Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane ripped into ‘McFred’s’ performance, and the Irishman reiterated that his former side will not return to the top as long as the aforementioned duo is starting the week in and week out for the club.
Rabiot, who has played 29 times for France, has won 24 trophies in his career, 20 of which he won with Paris Saint-Germain.
Juventus’ number 25 spent a brief time in Manchester City‘s academy but never played for the Citizen’s first team.