French midfielder Adrien Rabiot is looking for a way out of Juventus after being included in their Under-23 pre-season squad.
The 26-year-old was the eye-catching name in the Juventus Under-23 pre-season retreat to the Rovetta sports center in Bergomi after he was left-out of Massimo Allegri's squad who are currently touring America, due to personal reasons.
It remains unclear what those personal reasons were, but with Rabiot now training with the Under-23's, he is now hoping to leave the club and return to Ligue 1.
According to reports in Tuttosport, Rabiot wants to return to PSG, despite leaving under a cloud upon moving to Juventus in 2019. Lyon could also be an option, who are said to be interested in the French international.
Rabiot has racked up 129 appearances and 6 goals for the Old Lady, but Juventus would keen to get his €7million-a-year in wages off their books - a figure that would put off any interested parties from the Premier League.
His mother and agent Veronique is working on trying to secure a return to Paris Saint-Germain, a move Rabiot favours over any other French club.
Juventus have had a busy summer so far, securing the free transfers of Angel Di Maria and Paul Pogba as well as splashing out on Torino's Gleison Bremer.
Although that money was largely off-set by the sale of Matthijs de Ligt, who left the club in £63million deal to Bayern Munich.
The Italian giants have also wrapped up a £34million deal with Fiorentina for Federico Chiesa and signed defender Andrea Cambiaso from Genoa.