The 17-year-old is already a member of the big spending French club’s first-team, with manager Carlo Ancelotti having promoted him from the youth ranks this season.
This progress has not gone unnoticed, and the Premier League trio are said to be closely monitoring his situation ahead of a possible move.
Despite his age, Rabiot is said to be keen to secure regular football, an ambition he may struggle to fulfil at the Parc des Princes.
PSG have a number of experienced central midfield players, including the likes of Thiago Motta, Javier Pastore and Blaise Matuidi, who will, likely, take the lions’ share of playing time.
Allied to this, they could well spend big once again this summer, with the club’s Qatari owners keen to make PSG a global force.
This could force Rabiot to move on, with West Brom, West Ham and Newcastle presenting him the ideal platform to demonstrate his skills.
The teenager has already spent part of his career in England, enjoying a role in Manchester City’s academy set-up during 2008.
He has advanced through many of France’s youth sides and is expected to graduate to the senior squad in the near future.