Report: CL club could sell seven-time league champion to Newcastle for just £25m

Report: CL club could sell seven-time league champion to Newcastle for just £25m

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Italian outlet TuttoJuve have revealed today that Juventus could sell Adrien Rabiot to Newcastle United for just £25 million in the January transfer window.

The Magpies have been linked with about 50 players already. That number will only go up as we approach the winter window, but if there’s any truth in the report about Rabiot, he would be a stunning signing.

One of Newcastle’s biggest problems at the moment is their midfield. A big upgrade in the middle of the park is a massive necessity in January, and Rabiot checks a lot of boxes that the Magpies should be looking at.

Juventus are ready to sell Rabiot to Newcastle

The report claims that the Italian giants are on the market for a midfielder themselves. Monaco’s Aurelien Tchouameni is their top target in the winter window and in order to sign him, they’ll have to make room in the middle of their park.

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Rabiot has played regularly this season, but he is someone Juve will consider selling. He earns a lot of money and his performances since he moved to Turin haven’t quite justified his wages.

That could make him available in the January transfer window, and Newcastle should seriously consider him.

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Rabiot is a winner

The Frenchman, still only 26, has already won more than most players will win in their entire careers. Yes, he has only played for the biggest clubs in the two countries he has been in, but it’s still a remarkable achievement.

Rabiot has won seven league titles in his career so far – six in France with PSG and one at Juventus. He has also picked up a staggering 16 domestic cups at club level and recently won the Nations League with France as well.

Newcastle are aspiring to be a winning team going forward under the new ownership. Signing a proven winner would be a great way to start things in the January transfer window, but it will all depend on the new manager.

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