English clubs eye Rabiot raid

Sky Sports understands a number of Premier League clubs are keeping tabs on Paris Saint Germain starlet Adrien Rabiot.

Last Updated: 23/01/13 at 18:08 Post Comment

Adrien Rabiot: Linked with move to England

Adrien Rabiot: Linked with move to England

The 17-year-old midfielder has already made his senior debut for PSG as he was promoted to the first-team squad by coach Carlo Ancelotti this summer.

The player's progress has not gone unnoticed across the Channel, and it is believed a number of clubs are keeping tabs on his situation.

The French Under-19 international is understood to be keen to secure more first-team football and that could be available to him England - whether that be on loan or a permanent deal.

The likes of West Brom, West Ham and Newcastle are being linked with a move for the player, who spent time with Manchester City as a youth.

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