Manchester United, Adrien Rabiot | He understands little about the possibility of a move to United: – A lot of noise, no doubt

Manchester United, Adrien Rabiot |  He understands little about the possibility of a move to United: - A lot of noise, no doubt

Monday morning news came from the popular website The Athletic that Manchester United are working on an agreement with the French midfielder.

Later in the day, Sky Sports also reported that United had reached an agreement with Juventus over the transfer, and therefore it remains for the top English club to agree with the player even on personal terms.

Good for Juventus

Among those deeply surprised by the potential transfer is Rolf Otto Eriksen, who has commented and followed Serie A closely for several years.

– It’s good for Juventus, that is, says Eriksen to Netavizen, and continues:

– No, I will not be ugly. Rabiot at his best is a good footballer, but I think he is unstable, both athletically and partially. If I want to strengthen United, I’m a bit confused that Rabiot is the right player.

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– Lots of noise can’t be denied

However, before the transfer can be completed, United must reach an agreement with the player’s agent and mother, Veronique Rabiot.

She has made a name for herself in the football world in recent years through several controversial episodes.

Among other things, when France lost to Switzerland in the European Union last year, the families of Paul Pogba and Kylian Mbappe were said to have heard it from his mother Rabiot in the stands. According to RMC She is also said to have verbally attacked some members of the French press.

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– Eriksen says it comes with a little worn packaging around the edges.

Now, United have dealt with difficult agents before, so they will definitely be able to do that. But if Rabiot is the best midfielder in Europe, you probably bought your mother more easily. But it’s not, and there’s no denying there’s a lot of noise around Rabiot, he says.

Doubts despite midfield problems

There is no doubt that United have wanted to bolster their midfield this summer, with Frenkie de Jong as the man Eric ten Hag has been targeting in recent months. However, the 25-year-old is still willing to stay at Barcelona, ​​even if there is still uncertainty around the situation.

“Obviously, if you had some problems with De Jong and ended up with Rabiot, then as a United fan, I wouldn’t have been very satisfied with that,” says Eriksen.

As you know, United opened the season with a 1-2 loss at home to Brighton. Then midfield duo Fred and Scott McTominay had to share a huge amount of criticism.

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In any case, Eriksen doubts Rabiot is the right man for the club.

– In the situation United are in now, with this opening, and I think it’s a bit strange if he’s a player that they think should be strengthening and lifting.

– If Rabiot is performing at his best regularly and is stable at his top level, then we can start the discussion. But I don’t think it does. United are in the lead, I don’t think he would have thought of Rabiot. It’s a really strange signal, says Eriksen.

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– What about the midfield now, where Fred and McTominay are their obvious first choice?

– It is clear that Rabiot can come and be a replacement, and additionally helps to rotate and provide alternatives. He has experience in Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and the national team, so he is an experienced player with many strings to play in such a group.

“But if a character, such an uneasy kind, wants to drag her into the dressing-room at Old Trafford, there are some things like that which I doubt would be a very good choice,” Eriksen concludes.

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