He is destined to leave Paris after relationships between the midfielder's agent - his mother - and the club broke down. L'Equipe report that it's now a question of when not if the player will depart.
Both Barcelona and Liverpool have been linked with Rabiot in the past but a report last night suggested he was on his way to the Camp Nou. L'Equipe states that talks of an agreement with Barcelona are untrue, something which has also been pushed by the Catalan media.
The French newspaper reports that "several meetings" have been held with representatives from Liverpool, while Tottenham Hotspur are also interested. Juventus are understood to be monitoring developments.
Rabiot's contract expires in June and PSG have not offered a new deal.
He has received support from the global union of professional footballers (Fifpro) as he tries to "buy his freedom" from PSG. Rabiot's contract is due to expire in the summer and the 23-year-old's agent says he is "determined to leave".
Rabiot has allegedly been warned by PSG's sporting director Antero Henrique that he will not play for the club again until he signs a new deal.
Fifpro stated: "Is football about winning matches or making profits? Jean-Marc Bosman fought for this right and Fifpro defend it."
Rabiot's mother said: "The situation was the same four years ago. When Adrien was 19, he did not resist and signed an extension. Now he is 23. What he is doing now is buying his freedom. It is firm and definitive. It is impossible to go back."