Tottenham Hotspur are hugeadmirers of Adrien Rabiot who is a French midfielder at Paris Saint-Germain. Heis becoming one of the best young stars in Europe, and has a number of gamesunder his belt at the highest level, already.

He is just19-years-old but has played 55 times in the French Ligue 1 already, after alsorepresenting Toulouse on loan two seasons ago. Spurs are looking at thepossibility of signing him next season after failing to bring him in lastyear. 

Juventus are alsotracking the progress of the three-time capped France under-21 international,who is a central midfielder and is technically and physically very good.

TheTurin giants are looking in this area of the team to strengthen due to thepossible departure of Paul Pogba and the pending retirement of the legendaryAndrea Pirlo, so they feel Rabiot fits the bill.

The wonder kid hasalready experienced Champions League Football and was also a used substitute inthe stunning performance last night (Wednesday) at Stamford Bridge, which sawPSG knock Chelsea out on away goals, as it finished 2-2 after extra time. 

He knows a move toJuventus will guarantee top European football next season whereas Tottenham arelocked in a tough battle to qualify through the league.

The Italians may soundan attractive prospect but Rabiot is said to be keen on playing in the Barclays Premier League. 

The midfielderrecently signed a contract extension at Parc de Princes but there is a clausewhere he can go out on loan. He is desperate for first team football as helooks to earn a place in the France national team, with Euro 2016 coming up andit's being held in his home country.

Rumours alsosuggest Roma were keen admirers of his talent so Mauricio Pochettino's men willhave a difficult task if they want to make him a Tottenham player next season.They already have many players who play in the same position, but there aretalks of a big clear-out at White Hart Lane after many players have failed toimpress in the past couple of seasons. 

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