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      17.01.2020 18:30 - in: Serie A S

      Rabiot: "I feel good"

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      The French midfielder comments on his current form ahead of Juve-Parma.

      Adrien Rabiot has patiently waited, worked on himself, and played his best cards when called into question. Being calm, however, is the virtue of the strong: "In six months many things have changed, now I want to continue like this. I had to find my best condition: physically it was not easy, but now I can say that it is better and I feel good."

      Rabiot also had a special message to his friend Matuidi: "I am very close to Blaise, we played for five years together and he gave me many tips, helping me a lot. I must say that the team in general is made up of good guys who are always ready to help you.

      "I am better off on the left because I am left-handed, but I also like playing on the right because in certain situations I can find myself on my left foot when I turn. Technically with the ball it's the same thing: you must always create a connection between attack and defence."

      Adrien also aims to follow the tradition of his countrymen while wearing the black and white jersey: "I would have loved to train with great champions such as Zidane or Deschamps, Juve has a small part of its history that speaks French and is very nice and I hope to live up to it. I feel good in Turin too.

      "The stronger the other teams become, the more the league evolves and this leads you to always improve and be consistent. It is good for us to face strong rivals in the league this year."

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