Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham target Adrien Rabiot has been suspended by Paris Saint-Germain as the uncertainty surrounding his future rumbles on.
According to French paper L’Equipe, as cited on France 24, Rabiot has been suspended by the club after visiting a nightclub on the night of the club’s Champions League exit to the hands of Manchester United.
To make matters worse for Rabiot, the player was also seen ‘liking’ a social media posted by former Manchester United defender Patrice Evra, who was celebrating the Red Devil’s late winner.
In what they believe is a clear lack of respect and professionalism shown by the midfielder, the French giants have acted accordingly.
Rabiot is out of contract in the summer and this latest event makes a renewal appear even more unlikely.
With a player of his quality available for nothing, he is not going to be short of suitors over the coming months.
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Rabiot is said to have rejected a new deal with the French giants, as the player was keen to play regularly.
Barcelona early favourites
Barcelona had been the early favourites to sign the player, but a deal reportedly collapsed after they confirmed a move to sign Frenkie De Jong from Ajax.
The likes of Bayern Munich, Juventus and Tottenham have all been linked with moves to sign the player, with the Frenchman likely to be one of the stories of the summer transfer window.
The Reds have reportedly held talks over a deal to bring Rabiot to Anfield in the summer, but it remains to be seen if the club will be able to do enough to convince him into a move.