Italian Serie A giants Juventus have reportedly reached an agreement with Premier League outfit Manchester United, over the sale of midfielder Adrien Rabiot to Old Trafford this summer.
The Athletic had earlier revealed that the Red Devils were strongly interested in the France international, who still has a year left in his current contract with the Old Lady.
Also, Manchester Evening News and Sky Sport Italia both claimed the two clubs have reached an agreement over the midfielder’s move to England, but the Red Devils must now negotiate with the player’s agent and mother, Veronique.
Rabiot is one of the highest earners at the Allianz Stadium, with an annual salary of €7m. He joined Juventus on a free transfer from PSG in 2019, and has scored six goals in 129 competitive appearances for the Bianconeri.
Juventus have targeted both Leandro Paredes of Paris Saint Germain and Davide Frattesi of Serie A side Sassuolo as replacements for Rabiot, if he does manage to swap Turin for Old Trafford.