Juventus midfielder, Adrien Rabiot has dismissed reports linking him with a move to Premier League clubs, Arsenal and Manchester United in this January’s transfer window.
It was reported that Man United are in pole position to sign £25million Rabiot ahead of Arsenal.
Arsenal manager, Mikel Arteta, also identified Rabiot, as one of his primary targets this month.
Rabiot joined Maurizio Sarri’s side from Paris Saint-Germain last summer, after a frustrating period at the Le Parc des Preinces.
The French player has now ruled out a move to Arsenal, Man United or anywhere else, declaring he is ‘at his team’s disposal’ and ‘feel-good’ at the Turin club.
Speaking on the development, Rabiot told Tuttomercatoweb: “It’s true that 2019 was a very good year for me.
“I worked a lot, I joined Juventus and I think 2020 could be a positive year.
“I feel good physically, I follow the work that the coach tells us to do and I feel good here
“I’m at the team’s disposal, I don’t have a problem with what side of the pitch I play at.
“On the right I can re-enter to the left, whilst on the left I will have a better opportunity to shoot. But it’s only important to be useful for the cause.
“The Italian league is not easy, but no championship is. I am adapting as I am learning about the characteristics of the tournament.”
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