Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot 'set for Liverpool move'

Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot 'set for Liverpool move'

Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot 'set for Liverpool move'

Paris Saint-Germain boast one of the most promising midfielders on the planet in Adrien Rabiot.

And the club's sporting director Antero Henrique has confirmed with Yahoo Sport, that after several offers, they have now closed the door on his future.

Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham have been given the all-clear to battle over the signature of Adrien Rabiot after he told Paris Saint-Germain he will leave the club at the end of the season, according to Football London.

The talented midfielder has been reluctant to sign a new deal with the Ligue 1 champions for some time.

Earlier on Monday, Tuchel told journalists that "I can not promise you that Adrien will finish the season with us", during a prematch news conference ahead of Tuesday's trip to Orleans in the Coupe de la Ligue.

The West Londoners had been on the hunt for a new midfielder, after a summer that largely revolved around new boss Maurizio Sarri trying to make his mark on the squad by bringing in players like Jorginho and Mateo Kovacic, the latter only at Stamford Bridge on a permanent deal, however.

The situation has alerted a number of Premier League clubs with Football London claiming that Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham are all showning a keen interest in signing Rabiot for nothing at the end of the season.

"At this point, no [discussions will not continue]", Henrique said.

"For the player, the consequences are clear - he is indefinitely benched".

There was a second attempt but PSG said Rabiot was not transferrable and announced negotiations to try to renew his deal.

Henrique went a step further and accused Rabiot of being "disrespectful" towards PSG and their fans as a youth academy graduate and stressed that every one of the capricious 23-year-old's whims has been indulged.

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