- Adrien Rabiot is expected to sign a new long-term deal with PSG next week
- The 23-year-old midfielder has 12 months left on his current deal at the Ligue 1 outfit
- Rabiot will get a massive wage rise to keep off the likes of Manchester United and Barcelona reports claim
Paris Saint-Germain Adrien Rabiot is ready to pen a new deal with the Ligue 1 champions, suggest reports coming out of the French Ligue 1 side.
According to a UK Sun report citing sources at ESPN revealed that the 23-year-old midfielder is now in the good books of new PSG manager Thomas Tuchel.
The France international has just 12 months left on his present contract at Parc des Princes and was frequently linked with a move away from the French topflight but managed to keep his options open.
However, Tuchel has showed his showered support on the midfielder after naming him the team’s captain in three of their pre-season matches in the International Champions Cup.
The report further noted that Rabiot and his mother Veronique, who acts his agent, were expected to hold talks with PSG eggheads next week to sort out his future.
And Rabiot is expected to receive a wage hike up, with any potential deal thus ending Manchester United and Barcelona hope of signing the Frenchman this summer.
Rabiot was placed on France's stand-by list for the summer World Cup but he walked away leaving Les Bleus manager Didier Deschamps fuming.
On the other hand, Chelsea have reportedly hiked up N'Golo Kante eraning at the west London side to a new £290,000-a-week contract keep away the Frenchman from PSG's clutches.
Interestingly, the French champions made the 27-year-old Chelsea midfielder their prime target at the commencement of the summer.
However, with the new development Kante is expected to earn about £75million over the next four seasons at Stamford Bridge.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously had reported that Chelsea have offered France international N'Golo Kante a new five-year deal worth £290,000 a week, The Times report.
The Blues are willing to make him their highest-paid player in a bid to keep the midfielder away from the clutches of Paris Saint-Germain.
The 27-year-old would approximately double his wages and earn a staggering £75m over the course of a contract that would see him stay at Stamford Bridge for two years until 2023.
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