Adrien Rabiot is reportedly set to meet PSG chiefs for crunch talks this week to decide on a solution to his future at the club.

The French international has not played for the Ligue 1 leaders since December and has since been refused entry to the club's facilities earlier this month.

Relations are fractured between the club and player, with Rabiot now expected to leave when his contract expires in the summer, with Liverpool rumoured to be keen.

Spanish publication Sport report that a meeting will take place on Wednesday between PSG officials and Rabiot, as both parties look to resolve the issue.

One option is said to be for Rabiot's contract to be ended prematurely by mutual termination.

The 23-year-old has been frozen out at PSG, with him most recently given a two-week suspension by the club for "major faults" in his conduct.

Barcelona and Liverpool have both shown interest in signing Rabiot on a free once his deal expires at the end of the season.

Source: Daily Mirror

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