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The ridiculous offer for which Adrien Rabiot rejected Manchester United

By Liam Styles

The ridiculous offer for which Adrien Rabiot rejected Manchester United

Manchester United fans can’t believe the reason why he’s not arriving to Old Trafford 

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Erik Ten Hag continues losing signings during this summer transfer season and the Manchester United fans start to be desperate with the situation, as one of the last United’s targets for next season turned down the Red Devils proposal, which wouldn’t be able to convince a player who represented a big market opportunity for the club, considering the limited budget of €150 million set by the Glazer’s family, owners of Manchester United.

We talk about the 28-year-old French player Adrien Rabiot, who had a contract until July 1st with Juventus and was considering Manchester United to arrive at Old Trafford as a free agent once his contract expired. This operation was considered an easy business for the Mancunian club, as Rabiot seemed not interested in staying at Juventus, and given that Manchester United were offering the player the possibility of playing the Champions League next season, something that Juventus couldn’t grant.

However, with the Juventus desperately looking for the renewal of the player in the last few hours, Rabiot took a surprising decision which has impacted on the Manchester United’s universe: he has renewed his contract until 30 June 2024 and has expressed to be ready to experience more emotions with the black and white shirt of Juventus. 

Bad news for United fans

Finally the player stays at Juventus, having incredibly agreed a poor offer of €7 million one-year-deal. The renewal of the player and the knowledge of the Juventus offer have especially enraged the United’s fans, after Veronique Rabiot, the player’s mother who also acts as his agent, had asked United for a three-year deal worth €10m net per season plus the usual signing on fee for around €10m, to which Manchester United immediately said no. 

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