'Please no': Tottenham fans baffled after learning who Paratici reportedly wants to sign
Tottenham apparently want to sign Adrien Rabiot as one of the first players under the watch of the incoming Fabio Paratici.
Reports in Italy from Gazzetta dello Sport claim that Rabiot is high on the list of potential targets for Paratici. Along with fellow Juventus star Leonardo Bonucci, Rabiot is someone Spurs could move for.
As reported by TBR earlier today, Rabiot earns around £120,000 a week at the Turin club. Those figures are big, with reports a few years back suggesting he is on even more.
The French midfielder moved to Juventus on a free from PSG. But he has struggled to produce his best form in Turin. That has led to the club being open to selling Rabiot, despite him making over 30 appearances last term.
And Spurs fans have been on social media having their say on Rabiot, with quite surprising results.
Tottenham might want Rabiot but the fans aren’t impressed
Rabiot is one of those players who seems to get linked with a few clubs every summer. This, for example, isn’t the first time Spurs have been mentioned.
And Tottenham supporters on Twitter seem to have picked up on that.
Further, some also feel that he’d not be a good signing. Especially given the money he is on and the contribution he’s made to Juventus.
Here, then, is a look at what some Spurs fans have had to say when it comes to potentially signing Adrien Rabiot.
New DOF same old links 🙄
— Paul O Keefe (@pokeefe1) June 6, 2021
Bonucci sure but rabiot? Where would he fit in our midfield with Skipp coming?
— yikyikhuoyik (@yikyikhuoyik) June 6, 2021
— Alex (@mralexthfc) June 6, 2021
Nice a 34 year old and a PSG reject who can’t make it in Italy. We are definitely going places
— ﷽ (@FuzzyWazzy_) June 6, 2021
Rabiot and his diva attitude? NO THANK YOU
— RIP Spurs (@torstein_thfc) June 6, 2021
A past it defender and an overrated troublemaker in midfield. Exactly the sort of signings I am expecting from Levy and Paratici.
— Kev (@knuckey1970) June 7, 2021
Rabbit thought he was to good for us, no thanks
— elijah🇯🇲 (@xthfcelijah) June 6, 2021
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