Adrien Rabiot admits he lacked consistency in his first three years at the Allianz Stadium.
What did Adrien Rabiot say?
The French footballer has claimed that Juve fans have yet to see the real version of themselves, admitting to harboring regrets over the way the Serie A title race started this season. Adrien signed with Juventus in July 2019 after signing with PSG and making 126 appearances for the Italian giants across all competitions. However, the Frenchman has been able to contribute six goals and six assists to the cause and the player admits he did not live up to expectations in his first three years at the Allianz Stadium.
Adrien discovered the struggle for consistency and offered words of praise to Allegri’s manager, who he believes is now starting to bring the best out of him. The French player said they may have never seen the real Rabiot; Maybe he lacked consistency. According to Adrien Rabiot, he always gives his best on the serve, but it is difficult to keep the same level in every game. The one against Inter and the most recent matches were of a high level, but it’s hard to repeat their week in and week out.
Adrien improved under Massimiliano Allegri. Allegri wants to win and develop players. Massimiliano motivates him and it’s nice to have a coach who challenges them. Rabiot used to play as No10 when he was younger. Adrien Rabiot says he enjoys playing deep in midfield. “I am No6 or No.8,” said the midfielder.
What are the chances for Juve?
The Bianconeri are currently fourth in Serie A, eight points behind leaders Milan, with only four games left to play. Massimiliano has six adrifts of reigning Inter champions who beat them 1-0 at the Allianz Stadium on April 3, which Adrien looks back on as the moment the Scudetto slipped out of their sights. Juventus, however, will have a chance to avenge that defeat when they take on the Nerazzurri in the Coppa Italia final on May 11th.