JUVENTUS star Adrien Rabiot confirms he is weighing up his options amid interest from Manchester United.
The midfielder was linked with a move to Old Trafford in the summer.
And the Frenchman has revealed he was subject to interest from the Premier League but decided to stay in Turin.
In an interview with Gazzetta dello Sport, Rabiot said: “It’s true, there were contacts in the Premier League. But in the end, it was perhaps fortunate that I stayed, perhaps the best decision.
“The Premier League remains the most followed league, but I don’t think about the future. I stay focused on the World Cup.
“The club and I are in no hurry. There is serenity and we will have time to weigh up every possibility.”
Rabiot is determined to make his first World Cup appearance after missing out on France’s winning squad last time around in Russia 2018.
But once he returns he will have to begin thinking about his future with his Juventus contract expiring at the end of the season.
That’s because Chelsea are plotting a January swoop for the former Paris Saint-Germain star.
It is claimed Rabiot is an “express request” by the Blues’ manager Graham Potter.
United could reignite their interest in the midfielder after making a £15million approach in the summer.
Rabiot’s wage demands were reportedly a factor in that deal collapsing, with the midfielder requesting £8.5m a year.
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