L'Equipe: Rabiot ready to take PSG to court over workers' rights

The midfielder's been frozen out for refusing to sign a new deal

 Albert Masnou y Dídac Peyret analizan el posible fichaje de Rabio por el Barça para SPORT  | Rubén Moreno

Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot could take the club to court if his situation with the Ligue 1 leaders remains the same. 


After training with the first team last Friday and again on Sunday, Rabiot's ready to take things to the next level if that situation repeats itself this week. 

According to L'Equipe on Monday, at first Rabiot's understood training with the reserves was a case of keeping in shape, but little by little he's realised that he's being punished for not accepting PSG's renewal offer. 

Therefore, if things don't change and the club keep tightening the rope, Rabiot, according to the French paper, could take PSG to court for not allowing him to do his job normally. 

With 10 days to go in the transfer market, the situation is tense, with Thomas Tuchel even keen to have the midfielder back available for selection. 

It's a case which is also being fought by youth player Antoine Bernede who, like Rabiot, has been forezen out by PSG after refusing to renew his terms. 



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