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Chelsea risk missing out on PSG star

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Chelsea's hopes of signing Paris St Germain starlet Adrien Rabiot may be over if Paul Pogba makes the move to the Parc des Princes.

According to Le 10 Sport, Juventus may ask for Rabiot as part of the deal for Pogba. Rabiot, an 18-year-old attacking midfielder with France under-21 caps, has been linked with Chelsea.

The Stamford Bridge club have reportedly scouted the teenager on several occasions with a view to an offer later this year.

But that may be scuppered if PSG are successful in their pursuit of another Chelsea target, Paul Pogba.

The talented French international has been mentioned as a target for the defending Ligue 1 champions, and his contract at the Juventus Stadium is set to expire at the end of next season.

Real Madrid have also been linked with Pogba, but Juventus are reportedly considering asking for Rabiot as part of the deal for the central midfielder.

The current Serie A holders are also interested in France international winger Jeremy Menez, who is out of contract in Paris at the end of the season.

Juve's interest in two of PSG's stars could leave Chelsea high and dry, with the Italian club potentially more willing to do business for Pogba if they can secure one or maybe even two of PSG's stars in return.

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