"If I Speak, They Get Offended " Raiola Clarifies On Pogba's Situation , Gives Clue On Next Move
By YrnMaGic | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 2 views
Manchester United Star Paul Pogba future at United has had been the hitting the headlines after his agent blasted United for mistreating his client.
Since the burst up with the United's management , the Frenchman has emerged as a key player for Ole Gunnar in hunting for their first premiership in seven years.
Raiola was asked about his client's relationship with Manchester United and preferred to keep his silence to prevent more trouble.
“Paul Pogba to Juventus? I can’t speak about Pogba because people are nervous, they don't sleep at night. I have to work quietly. If I speak, someone gets offended”. Mino Raiola.
He revealed that some people don't have sleep when he speaks his mind about his client and they are ever nervous about him leaving Old Trafford but is working a move under the radar for the midfielder his most destination been Juventus.
His future continues to give Manchester United headache as deal talks have stalled and will have to sell him early to recoup the amount spent on him to land him at Manchester.
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