Arsenal and Manchester United have been alerted after Adrien Rabiot hinted that his future could lie away from Paris Saint-Germain, Le Parisien reports.
The 20-year-old has voiced his concerns over his lack of playing time throughout the campaign, but has now been given a regular role due to the injury to Marco Verratti.
Tottenham Hotspur are also keen on his signature as all three mentioned clubs were linked with a move during the recent January window.
Despite starting the last six games for PSG, Rabiot knows that once Verratti recovers, he could see himself back on the bench once again.
Given his situation at the Parc des Princes, the midfielder admitted that he is still unsure over his future at the club and could consider an exit in the summer.
“I take things as they come,” he said.
“Live in the moment. I’m not saying this against Paris or against a particular person. My whole life, I see it that way.
“I take things as they come, perhaps because I know that everything is fragile. So I do not plan too far ahead.
“People sometimes have short memories. They forget, for example, that for several weeks early in the season I was left on the bench.
“I also play regularly because of the injury to Marco Verratti.”
He has already featured 34 times in all competitions for his side this term, so far managing to score five goals in the process.