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Tottenham would show genuine progress by beating Manchester United to Adrien Rabiot

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Tottenham would show genuine progress by beating Manchester United to Adrien Rabiot

The PSG midfielder is set to leave the Ligue 1 giants when his contract expires in the summer.

Having not signed a player for over a year it looks set to be a busy summer for Tottenham as they prepare to move into a new stadium.

The club are well on course to qualify for the Champions League once again and a couple of stellar recruits would help them along their way next season.

Boss Mauricio Pochettino isn’t a manager phased by the lack of transfer activity.

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He has worked wonders this season, despite losing several of his top players through injury.

Next season, he will want to ensure that his squad is well-stocked to close the gap even further on their title rivals.

According to The Mirror, Spurs are one of the clubs looking at PSG midfielder Adrien Rabiot.

Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Barcelona are also keen, as reported in The Mirror.

Given the competition that Spurs face for Rabiot, it could represent a real chance to steal a march on their rivals.

 

The Frenchman has struggled for game time at Parc des Princes under Thomas Tuchel, with a summer move looking likely.

The midfielder would hand Spurs fans a real boost ahead of their maiden campaign in the new stadium – provided it is ready for next season.

The midfielder has scored 24 goals in 227 appearances during his seven years at PSG.

Spurs would be signing him for the steel he would bring to the middle of the park, however.

Pochettino should ask his board to pull out the stops to land Rabiot.

Spurs signing such a wanted star in world football would represent a real sign of progress for the football club.

 

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