The Italian super agent spoke up on his French client’s situation at Old Trafford.
Amidst rumours of Paul Pogba leaving Manchester United following the season, super agent Mino Raiola has spoken up. Of late, Pogba has been linked with a sensational move back to his previous club Juventus in the Serie A.
The prospect of watching the Frenchman play alongside Cristiano Ronaldo will certainly excite the player and the fans of course. “I talk to Pavel Nedved and Juventus about many things, including about Pogba and other players, as is only right for a big club,” Mino Raiola said as per Mirror.
“There’s nothing impossible in the transfer market, that has already been proved by Juve, PSG, Real Madrid. The achievement of impossible things is part of this business.”
Mino Raiola has been an important part of several transfers of famous stars over the years including that of Zlatan Ibrahimovic of recent. The Italian ‘super agent’ was a key man behind the Swedish forward’s return to AC Milan in December last year.
“What I can say is that, just like Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Paul considers Italy to be his second home. He wouldn’t mind returning to Juventus but we’ll talk about it after Euro 2020.”
“You need to get information, see what’s happening, put down a few hypotheses, dream a little. Along with Juventus, there are other clubs in for Paul, but right now he is with Manchester United,” he added.
Meanwhile, Paul Pogba has been an absentee with injury for majority of the Premier League season. That has also affected United a lot considering their position in the table. However, the Red Devils went on to bring in the likes of Bruno Fernandes and Odion Ighalo in the winter transfer window. That naturally leaves questions in the path of Pogba and his future at Old Trafford.
“Paul Pogba never lost his smile,” Mino Raiola states. “But clearly a great player doesn’t go to Manchester United only to not challenge for the Champions League or the Premier League title.”
“It would be bull for me not to admit Paul wants to stay at the highest level. Pogba will first and foremost try to give his best and then we’ll see at the end of the season if he ought to remain or not.”