Manchester United target under Saudi radar

In their quest to strengthen the midfield, Manchester United has set their sights on securing the services of Adrien Rabiot from Juventus. With injuries plaguing the team last season, manager Erik ten Hag is keen on adding an attack-minded and versatile central midfielder to complement Casemiro’s reliability.

Manchester United Midfielder pursuit

While United has been pursuing a potential deal for Chelsea’s Mason Mount, it appears that they are also eyeing Rabiot as a viable option. However, the Red Devils might require more than one midfield signing, considering the anticipated departures and uncertainties surrounding players like Scott McTominay, Fred, and Donny van de Beek.


Adrien Rabiot, who is set to become a free agent at the end of the month, has drawn interest from various clubs. Juventus is eager to persuade him to stay, but Manchester United has emerged as a potential destination. Despite previous links to Liverpool, Newcastle United, and Tottenham Hotspur, these clubs have reportedly shifted their focus elsewhere.

Manchester United Vs Saudi Arabia

Interestingly, Saudi Arabian clubs have recently entered the race for Rabiot’s signature. Saudi Arabia’s increasing allure due to its financial resources has attracted top-level players like Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema, N’Golo Kante, and potentially Hakim Ziyech. This growing competition from Saudi Arabia provides another potential option for Rabiot, although it raises questions about his aspirations to represent the French national team in the Euro 2024 tournament.


Manchester United now faces the task of outbidding the competition, with the option of presenting a substantial wage offer to secure Rabiot’s services. As negotiations continue, Rabiot’s decision will not only impact United’s midfield plans but also have implications for his international career.

Stay tuned as the transfer saga unfolds, revealing whether Manchester United can prevail in their pursuit of the talented French midfielder amidst mounting competition from Saudi Arabian clubs.