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Manchester United have initiated talks with a French football sensation who had previously turned down their offers on two separate occasions.

Manchester United’s pursuit of French talent Adrien Rabiot has resurfaced, with reports suggesting that the club has made contact with his mother-agent, Veronique. This move comes as Rabiot’s contract with Juventus is set to expire in June, sparking interest from various top clubs including Chelsea, PSG, Barcelona, and Bayern Munich.

The Red Devils’ history with Rabiot goes back to 2022 when they attempted to secure his services but were rebuffed twice. Despite reaching an agreement initially, Rabiot chose to stay with Juventus rather than move to Old Trafford. This led United to sign Mason Mount instead.

Now, with Rabiot’s contract situation nearing its end, United is once again exploring the possibility of signing the versatile midfielder. They have reached out to Veronique Rabiot to understand the potential terms of a transfer.

Rabiot himself has remained non-committal about his future, citing the upcoming UEFA Euro 2024 as a factor that could influence his decision. He mentioned the allure of participating in the Champions League and the Club World Cup with Juventus but stated that he has yet to make a final choice.

Meanwhile, Manchester United is also eyeing Crystal Palace winger Michael Olise. The club is reportedly leading the race for Olise’s signature, with competition from Chelsea, Liverpool, and Arsenal. Olise’s impressive performances in the Premier League have made him a sought-after talent, and United sees him as a potential addition to bolster their attacking options.

If Olise joins, he could provide depth on the right wing and also operate in a central attacking midfield role, adding versatility to United’s lineup. Overall, both Rabiot and Olise represent significant targets for Manchester United as they look to strengthen their squad for the upcoming season.

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