French midfielder Adrien Rabiot admits that he doesn’t know if he’ll remain at Juventus, but concedes that his experience in Serie A has benefited him. The 27-year-old is enjoying his best season with the Bianconeri, but is also out of contract at the end of the campaign. Speaking to La Repubblica (via Calciomercato), the player talked about his time in the league and what his future holds:
“The experience in Serie A has served me well, I can’t speak for Theo and Giroud, I speak for myself. It’s been very useful because with your attention to tactics I’ve learnt a lot of things and I’m putting them into practice.
In midfield we suffered major absences but we showed that you can’t underestimate us, we also have potential and quality.
Deschamps and Allegri? They don’t have something in common on the pitch. In the management of men maybe yes.
If I’ll stay with Juve? I don’t know yet and it’s not the moment to talk about it. No doubt these performances help me to go elsewhere, but also to talk to Juve. But now my focus is on the World Cup.”