Following the reports of PSG star Aldrien Rabiot being eager to join Arsenal in January; his club president president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has once more debunked the speculations.
The player revealed his intentions to leave the club on a temporary basis in January and speculations suggest that he favours a move to the Emirates stadium. However, he has one obstacle to making his dream move, as Al-Khelaifi cannot see him going elsewhere.
This is the second time in two weeks he is rebuffing rumors of the player exiting the club. However, this time he is aggressive in his speech which depicts his insecurity over the player’s future.
He was quoted as saying via the Mirror:
“He’s 20 years old, plays regularly in a big team. He’s come through the youth academy — the club has given him a lot. I’ll never accept that he considers himself more important than the club.
“The club will always be more important than any player. He’s a big talent. My dream is that he might become captain of PSG one day. But he has to respect the club, the coach and his teammates.
“He’s part of the PSG family and he should respect it. He understood the message. He’ll be there at 100 per cent in January.”
There are chances that the club’s owner will buckle when Wenger confronts him personally for the move.