Tottenham Hotspur should line up a move for the PSG ace as a long-term replacement for Mousa Dembele.
Tottenham midfielder Mousa Dembele's future in north London seems uncertain to say the least, and whilst many Spurs fans will be sad to see him go, this summer might just be the best time to sell the Belgian at peak value.
If the Lilywhites do sanction the 30-year-old's exit, Mauricio Pochettino will obviously have to bring in an able-bodied replacement, and who better than Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot?
The 23-year-old is available for €50 million (£44.3 million) this summer, according to Italian media outlet Premium Sport, and if they manage to garner £30 million for Dembele's signature, they would easily be able to afford a move for the France international.
Rabiot is a deep-lying midfielder by trade, and he possesses exceptional technique, as well as being supremely cool and composed when in possession of the football.
The Frenchman is naturally left-footed - something that should appeal to Tottenham if they sell Dembele, and his experience of playing at the very highest level with PSG for such a sustained period of time would surely prove to be invaluable to Spurs.
At 23, Rabiot perfectly fits the profile of any potential Pochettino signing, and he would surely develop even further still under the guidance of the Argentine.
The PSG midfielder has showcased his talent consistently over the past couple of years, and he already plays with a certain kind of maturity that defies his young age.
He would be a great signing for Tottenham, and his potential arrival in north London would help Spurs fans get over the loss of Mousa Dembele very quickly.