Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot has reportedly decided to stay in France until a set date for the resumption, a decision that could define his future at the club.
Tuttosport claims the Bianconeri are losing patience with the French midfielder, who arrived from Paris Saint-Germain last summer, and could be looking to find possible suitors for the former France international in the upcoming transfer market.
Rabiot and Gonzalo Higuain are the only two players yet to return from their homelands after the quarantine, as the Old Lady prepare to resume group training from Monday.
Higuain has been given an extra week of leave by the outfit due to personal reasons and is expected to return this weekend, but Rabiot has reportedly no excuse to remain on the French Riviera, where he is currently staying.
The newspaper reveals that the 25-year-old could return by car but has chosen not to and the club is yet to issue an official call and probably will not do so until there’s an official date of the resumption.
But the report highlights the rumours regarding the player’s unwillingness to return and how the Bianconeri directors are losing patience due to persistence of the player’s stay in France.
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