The Lilywhites are one of many clubs keeping an eye on Rabiot’s contract situation
Tottenham have become the latest team to enter the race to sign Paris Saint-Germain star Adrien Rabiot.
Rabiot, the midfielder, has entered the final year of his contract in the French capital and it is believed he will not agree to extended terms. He has a strained relationship with PSG and is well aware of interest in him from the likes of Barcelona and Juventus.
Clubs are allowed to open talks with Rabiot when he has less than six months on his contract, meaning from January 1, 2019 the midfielder can agree to a transfer that will take place next summer.
Last week, talkSPORT told you that Liverpool have started to keep an eye on Rabiot’s situation and have sent people from the club to talk to the midfielder’s representatives. Discussions are said to have been positive over a player who has previously revealed his support of the Anfield outfit.
However, the Reds are facing competition for Rabiot from one of their Premier League rivals – Tottenham.
According to ParisUnited, Spurs have entered the race for the France international and have also started to hold talks with his men.
PSG remain hopeful of keeping hold of Rabiot and they’ve offered the 23-year-old a new two-year deal to remain at the Parc des Princes.