Mino Raiola has addressed the situation surrounding the future of two of his biggest clients in Erling Haaland and Paul Pogba, with the future of the Frenchman, in particular, being thrown further into doubt following the agent’s comments.
Regarding Haaland, Raiola confirmed that only ten clubs in the world have the power to sign the Norwegian, and four of them are in the Premier League. Our guess for the four English teams have to be Chelsea, Manchester City and United, and Liverpool.
The rest of the six clubs across the continent can be Paris Saint-Germain from France, Bayern Munich from Germany, Barcelona and Real Madrid from Spain and Juventus from Italy. It is hard to disagree with Raiola’s comments when he said that every sporting director in the world wants Haaland.
The youngster has been sensational ever since making the move to Dortmund from Salzburg and is currently the top scorer in the Champions League with 8 goals to his name.
Coming to the situation surrounding Paul Pogba, the player was believed to be on his way out of Manchester United once more after Mino Raiola infamously said that his client had no future at the club right before United’s do or die game against Leipzig that they ended up losing.
Pogba has been a true professional since then, and has given his best to the team. The midfielder has scored vital goals to earn points for the team, and his performances have given fans second thoughts about being content with watching him leave.
Raiola has decided to remain tight-lipped on the future of Pogba due to the effect it had the last time out. Since there is currently no update on the issue, whether or not the player will actually end up leaving the club is still up in the air and we will have to be patient to see how it turns out.