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As previously reported, Roma, Napoli, Milan and Juventus have pounced on PSG’s wantaway Adrien Rabiot. The 20-year-old attacking midfielder wants to leave the Parc des Princes on loan in January, though the French side rejected Napoli loan offer last week.’ s transfer pundit Fabrizio Romano exclusively revealed that Juventus are trying to find economic agreement with the player’s agent, which could be a good first step to persuade PSG to allow their starlet’s departure on a six-months loan.

Talking about the Old Lady’s targets for the upcoming transfer window this morning, the club’s CEO Giuseppe Marotta revealed that it will be tough to sign a player who can hold a candle to current Juventus’ team members in January, though he also admitted that Allegri has been short of options in the middle of the pitch due to injuries and suspensions.  
As far as the Serie A title race is concerned, Marotta labeled Inter manager Roberto Mancini as ‘very clever’ as after Inter’s 2-1 defeat against Lazio, the former Man City boss said that Inter won’t be involved in the title race, while Fiorentina, Napoli and Juventus  have to be considered the favorite sides to win the league.

Despite yesterday’s evening loss, the Nerazzurri still lead the Serie A table and one of their leftover Andrea Ranocchia is ready to sign with Bologna on a six-months loan in order to get more playing time and snatch a senior Italy national team call-up for EURO  2016, Fabrizio Romano has also revealed.

The 27-year-old full-back has been previously linked with Sevilla FC move, though the player’s desire was to remain in Italy at least until the end of the season.