Adrien Rabiot has put Arsenal on alert after reportedly turning down a new contract from PSG.
The 23-year-old’s current deal at the Parc des Princes expires at the end of the season and it’s thought the Frenchman is considering his options after not featuring regularly in recent weeks under Thomas Tuchel, missing out on a starting berth for the games against Liverpool and Marseille.
French radio station RMC, as reported by the Daily Mail, now suggest the France international will not pen a new deal, meaning he could potentially sign a pre-contractual agreement with a club abroad at the start of January.
Despite PSG making several offers to Rabiot, the Ligue 1 club remain hopeful that the midfielder will sign a new deal before other clubs can approach him.
Rabiot will have no shortage of potential suitors on a free transfer next summer, with Arsenal and Spurs both reportedly keen on the midfielder, while Barcelona are also understood to be interested in his services as well.
Rabiot has made just under 150 appearances and scored 13 goals for PSG since making his debut in 2012, where he helped the side win the Ligue 1 and French Cup on four occasions.
Unai Emery knows of Rabiot’s abilities having managed him when he was in charge of PSG, and it will be to no surprise if the Spaniard makes a move for him in the near future.