Liverpool shouldn't pass up the chance to sign Adrien Rabiot
Liverpool shouldn’t pass up the opportunity to sign a luxury player such as Adrien Rabiot – especially for a cut-price fee.
Rabiot’s current contract with Paris Saint-Germain expires in the summer, and the latest reports have claimed the midfielder will be sold next month with the French side not wanting to lose him for free.
Apparently he has been told he will remain on the bench indefinitely, so his exit from the Parc des Princes may be sooner rather than later.
Rabiot has emerged as one of Europe’s most promising holding midfielders in the last couple of years, catching the eye with many elegant displays next to the more dynamic Marco Verratti.
The Frenchman, who won the World Cup with his country last summer, is being coveted by some of the top clubs, with Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and, according to French reports (via The Metro), Barcelona all interested.
Liverpool should at least try to sign Rabiot
Jurgen Klopp would be a fool to not at least try to secure Rabiot in a cut-price deal.
The silky star is a luxury player who would flourish alongside the steely Fabinho in the Liverpool midfield.
Rabiot orchestrates from deep, using his brilliant passing range to devastating effect. He is also a brilliant ball-carrier – essentially, he possesses a style that no other current Liverpool player does.
Jurgen Klopp can definitely make some upgrades to his midfield, with Adam Lallana failing to justify his position in the squad and James Milner ageing.
Rabiot would be a brilliant acquisition at Anfield, where he could anchor the midfield for years to come.
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