ARSENAL are one of a number of teams said to be keen on Adrien Rabiot but the Paris Saint-Germain player has once again been disciplined by his current club.
This latest disagreement stems from an Instagram video posted by Patrice Evra, in which the Frenchman threatens to punch former teammate Jerome Rothen in a row over his celebrations of Manchester United’s win over Paris Saint-Germain.
PSG were unhappy that Rabiot had given a ‘like’ to Evra’s video, with Rothen since taking legal action against the former left-back.
They slapped the midfielder with a training ground suspension, preventing him from working with the squad for six days.
RMC Sport quote the Ligue 1 leaders’ disciplinary message to Rabiot as stating he was: “Obliged to fulfil [his] duty of loyalty.
“Damaging the cohesion and serenity of the team is not acceptable.”
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According to L’Equipe, he will be back in training on Wednesday but is still exiled from team selection.
PSG boss Thomas Tuchel hasn’t selected Rabiot since December in a dispute over his refusal to sign a new contract.
It sets the 24-year-old on a course to leave Parc des Princes when his deal expires this summer, with Arsenal, Real Madrid and Manchester United the clubs reported to be very keen on his services.