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He was world champion, nobody wants him in his country, now he's approaching United

Manchester United could afford his salary

By Sergio Moya

Manchester United could afford his salary
Manchester United could afford his salary
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The summer transfer window is about to begin and one of the most attractive markets is that of those players who finish their contract at the end of this month and who, by not renewing with their current clubs, will be free to choose their next destination, so the team that signs them will not have to pay money for their signing. A player on such terms is very attractive to clubs, especially if the player did not do well at his last club and Manchester United knows it.


Manchester United, who are waiting to find out how much money they will have to spend in the transfer market, could be one of the big teams most interested in signing players at zero cost, especially if they are experienced players with great quality.

In that sense, one of the areas that Erik ten Hag wants to improve within the Red Devils' squad is the midfield, as the Dutch tactician has decided not to count on Scott McTominay for the next season in which the team will play Champions League and will try to end Manchester City's dominance in the Premier League.

That is why the name of Adrien Rabiot has begun to sound as the great candidate to shore up Manchester United next season, as the 28-year-old French midfielder ends his contract with Paris Saint-Germain in a few days and would not cost a single euro to the Old Traffors board. Moreover, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Erik ten Hag would have given the go-ahead for his arrival, so United would be the team that leads the options for the French World Cup winner.


Rabiot vs Paris Saint-Germain

Since his arrival at PSG, Adrien Rabiot has had a series of problems with the club's directors and also with some of his teammates, causing the Parisian fans to no longer want him at the club. Rabiot has had disputes with Kylian Mbappé and the team's top brass, which is why a contract extension was not even discussed between the two parties.

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