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According to TuttoJuve, Tottenham are interested in signing Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot, who Everton are also keen on.

The Italian news outlet claim that Juventus have decided to sell the 26-year-old this summer, as they look to make their finances healthier.

TuttoJuve state that Andrea Pirlo’s side will sell the Tottenham and Everton target for just €15 million (£13 million) as they seek to raise funds.

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Manchester United and Barcelona are also eyeing the 14-cap France international.

Interestingly, a recent report from Calciomercato claimed that Everton had bid for the Juventus No.25.

That could well be true, as Carlo Ancelotti has worked with Rabiot before and knows all about his qualities.

In fact, it was the Italian who handed the Frenchman his debut for Paris Saint-Germain back in 2012, when Rabiot was just 17.

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The Saint-Maurice born maestro has made 41 appearances in all competitions for Juventus this season.

In those outings, he has scored three goals, while also recording two assists.

So, what type of player is Rabiot?

Well, Just Football compared the Frenchman to Bayern Munich icon Thomas Müller.

In a detailed analysis of Rabiot, Just Football wrote: “To compare him to a current star of the game would bring about comparisons with a player like Thomas Müller. Both look quite non-descript to the point of non-threatening but both can disappear, in a good way, in games to great effect.”

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Rabiot is a player of top-class pedigree.

In addition to handing him his Ligue 1 debut, Ancelotti also handed Rabiot his Champions League debut at just 17.

Therefore, the Tottenham and Everton target has been playing in the competition for nearly a decade, which has surely boosted his development.

Keep an eye on this transfer saga, as it seems Juventus have decided to part ways with Rabiot this summer.

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