Super-agent Mino Raiola is definitely doing his job and doing it very well. Raiola claims that there is currently “no war” between Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba and manager Jose Mourinho. Raiola makes this claim despite the fact that there have been numerous clearly visible signs of tension between the two.
Obviously, these signs have been extensively documented by the media. Adding to the speculation and tension are reports claiming that Real Madrid are keen on acquiring Pogba this summer.
Raiola shot down the notion that any meetings regarding a potential transfer have transpired, and did so in a very colorful manner.
According to Rai Sport, Raiola said: “I don’t take anybody anywhere. I’m neither a taxi nor a plane.”
“Obviously if things don’t go well, I’m ready to do my job, which is to find solutions for the club and for the player. There’s no war with Mourinho. Paul wants to win with Manchester United.”
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