Juve: "I do not take any illegal product", reassures Rabiot about his muscle gain

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Physically transformed since his arrival at Juventus, Adrien Rabiot admitted having “gained muscle mass” thanks to the Turin club’s working method, but without any “illegal product”.

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In two years at Juventus in Turin, Adrien Rabiot has not changed only on the pitch. In a long interview with the site Billion Keys, the middle of the Blues admitted to having “gained muscle mass” since arriving in Italy. Tall and slender while playing at PSG, Rabiot nevertheless ensures that he does not squat in the weight room.

“It is the result of the method of working at Juventus. Yet I do not specifically work more than other players in the weight room. I think it has more to do with the exercises done on the pitch during the pre. -season and during the season, as well as a healthy lifestyle, ”said the midfielder, praised by Laurent Blanc last July.

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A completely natural physical transformation immediately adds Rabiot: “I reassure everyone, I do not take any illegal product”. Trained at PSG, the international tricolor (14 selections) also returns to the difference in work between the two clubs.

“Here, it works very hard between two matches”

“At 10:30 am everyone is in the weight room. We are doing prevention work. […] At PSG, we could stay without doing this work before a session. Here, it works very hard between two matches. After each workout, we take a lot of time for care and recovery work. It’s very professional at this level. The Italian mentality does not tolerate any deviation in this area, “says Rabiot.

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Under Andrea Pirlo as under Maurizio Sarri, the former PSG player has established himself as one of the executives in Turin. In two seasons, Rabiot has already played 79 matches for the Bianconeri, including 54 starts, and won an Italian title in 2020.

Discarded from the Blues after his refusal to appear on the list of reservists for the 2018 World Cup, the midfielder has regained his place and should appear in Didier Deschamps’ list for the Euro.

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