Spurs are offering Adrien Rabiot €7.5m a year plus a €5m signing fee but he would prefer to join Liverpool.

Paris United – via GFFN – report that Tottenham are willing to sacrifice their beloved wage bill structure to sign PSG midfielder Rabiot who is free to leave the club this month.

The Frenchman fell out with the Ligue 1 giants when it emerged he had entered into negotiations with Barcelona and was banished from the matchday dressing room and although Thomas Tuchel wants to reintegrate him, sporting director Antero Henrique is entirely against the idea.

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Serge Aurier and Lucas Moura are reportedly actively trying to persuade Rabiot to join Spurs and PSG are open to a sale and have a “very good relationship” with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy.

While Rabiot likes the idea of moving to London and would love to be reunited with Aurier and Lucas, his preferred destination is Liverpool.

The Reds are highly unlikely to make a move for the 23-year-old this month with Klopp insisting several times that it would take a drastic turn of events for his stance on incomings in January this year to change.

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