Paris Saint-Germain's talented young midfielder Adrien Rabiot has insisted he won't hesitate to leave the club if the French side continue to bring in big name players in his position to avoid the fate suffered by Liverpool's Mamadou Sakho.

Tottenham are thought to be keeping a close eye on Rabiot and north London rivals Arsenal have also been linked with a move for the 18-year-old in recent days.

And while the youngster who came up through the ranks at PSG would ideally like to remain at the club he has stressed he won't think twice about leaving if competition for places looks like hampering his development.

Rabiot cited Liverpool defender Sakho as a player who stuck around too long at PSG despite a lack of playing time out of loyalty to the club and claims he won't let the same fate befall him.

The promising midfielder has made eight appearances for Laurent Blanc's side so far this season but has mainly come off the bench late in games.

Asked about the significance of being a home-grown player he told Le Parisien: "I know it is important to the leaders and supporters. But that's not enough.

"If it is to be set aside on the day where others players are recruited in my position it is not worth it.

"I do not want to live the way Mamadou Sakho did.