BREAKING NEWS: confirmed by Fabrizio Romano, HERE WE GO, Barcelona has reportedly reached a verbal agreement to sign Serie A striker in 2024/2025. Real Madrid and several Premier League teams have been linked with a move for this star player over the past few months, but joining man Barcelona remains his priority and he has avoided renewing his contract with his current club at the request of barcelona.


Barcelona is reportedly considering a move to sign Juventus midfielder Adrian Rabiot on a free transfer this summer, as per reports from Barca Blaugranes. The proposed deal would potentially offer the French international a two-year contract with an option to extend for a third season. However, securing Rabiot’s services won’t be straightforward, as other clubs like Manchester United, Arsenal, Inter Milan, and Bayern Munich have also shown interest in him.

Currently, Rabiot plays a significant role for Juventus, having started 22 matches in Serie A this season, contributing four goals and three assists. Barcelona’s interest in the 28-year-old stems largely from their financial constraints. With several key players like Frenkie de Jong, Ronaldo Araujo, Gavi, and Raphinha linked to potential moves away from Barcelona, the club is seeking ways to balance its budget, as reported by The Athletic. Beyond financial considerations, Rabiot’s addition would bring stability and experience to Barcelona’s midfield. Throughout his career, the former Paris Saint-Germain star has amassed 200 appearances across various competitions for Juventus, registering 21 goals and 15 assists.

A move to Spain would offer Rabiot the chance to represent one of football’s most storied clubs. However, Barcelona’s current standing, third in La Liga and eight points adrift of league leaders Real Madrid under manager Xavi, might diminish the allure of such a move.

Meanwhile, former Barcelona defender Jean-Clair Todibo has hinted at a potential return to Camp Nou. Todibo, who arrived from Toulouse in 2019 but departed two years later for Nice, discussed his future plans and did not rule out the possibility of rejoining Barcelona. Initially brought in with the intention of eventually replacing Gerard Pique, Todibo felt he wasn’t prepared for such a role at the time. He expressed openness to a return, stating, “When I arrived at Barca, the plan was for me to replace Pique. I had the qualities to do it but I wasn’t ready to do it. A return to Barça? Why not?”

Todibo’s potential return to Barcelona has garnered interest from Premier League giants Manchester United and Chelsea. Despite making only five appearances during his stint with Barcelona, Todibo has since flourished as a regular starter for Nice, accumulating 124 appearances across various competitions for the French club.

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