01 July 2019
Adrien Rabiot, born 3 April 1995 in Saint-Maurice, France, will be a Juventus player, following seven years at Paris Saint-Germain.
After spending some time in several French academies, including an experience in England with Manchester City, Rabiot turned professional back in 2012 with PSG, before going to spend time on loan with Toulouse in 2013.
It was with Les Parisiens where he showed off his abilities and he slowly worked his way into becoming a first team starter with the French capital club. Throughout his time at PSG, he featured in all the competitions made available to him (Ligue 1, Champions League, Coupe de France, Coupe de la Ligue, French Super Cup), taking to the field for 240 games, scoring 25 goals, all whilst bagging 18 assists and helping to create 130 scoring opportunities.
That’s not all, though, in his career, Adrien has completed 274 dribbles, recovered 1331 balls, and made 112 touches in the adversary’s area. This is all testimony to that of a midfielder who has great capability and boasts a unique technique along with having important physical attributes.
All achieved whilst playing in the colours of PSG, Rabiot boasts an impressive trophy cabinet: 5 Ligue 1 tiles, 4 Coupe de France, 5 Coupe de la Ligue, 4 Trophée des Champions. Up until now, he has also made six appearances for the French national team.
FACTS AND CURIOSITIES
Adrien Rabiot is one of three midfielders to have always found the net in each of the last seven Ligue 1 campaigns (from 2012/13), along with Florian Thauvin and Romain Hamouma.
Since August 2012, he has made 150 appearances for PSG in Ligue 1: among the French players, only Blaise Matuidi (174) played more matches for the Parisian club in the period.
Eleven of Adrien's 14 goals in Ligue 1 were scored in home games, including all the last six.
Finally, he completed more passes than any other midfielder in the opposing half in Ligue 1 2017/18 (1053).
RABIOT PRESS CONFERENCE
Tomorrow, Adrien Rabiot will hold a press conference at Allianz Stadium at 11:00 CEST.
The press conference will also be broadcast in French on our global Facebook page.