Manchester United are currently monitoring the situation of  Paris Saint Germain’s Adrien Rabiot, with the player making it clear he wants more playing time, Daily Mail reports.

Other Premier League clubs such as Arsenal, Chelsea, as well as Manchester City have also been keeping a close eye on the 19-year-old midfielder’s progress, but United have already added his name to Louis van Gaal’s list of potential targets.

With Rabiot failing to be given enough first-team action, the French player could very well be on his way out and is believed to have a price tag of around £2.9 million, however PSG could surely increase this due to the large amount of attention he is receiving.

Van Gaal has singled out the Red Devils midfield as the main focus point in the upcoming window after their disappointing finish to the season, with the likes of Tom Cleverley and new signing Marouane Fellaini being targeted for their recent run of poor performances.

Both Bayern Munich’s Toni Kroos and Barcelona’s Cesc Fabregas were potential targets up until recently, but the Red Devils’ new Dutch manager ended any speculation linking them to his squad overhaul.

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  • The celtic one
    7 months ago

    Ha, if he was tHat good , he would be in the PSG first team, does this show that united are satisfied with their non-champions league status? Not a step forward in my view.

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