Mino Railo has left the door open for a return to England for Mario Balotelli, and has said that the Italian was not given a fair chance at Liverpool
Even as Paul Pogba's reported move to Manchester United appears to be inching closer with each passing day, his agent Mino Raiola has once again denied reports of an agreement between Juventus and the Red Devils.
Juventus star Paul Pogba despite staying in Turin for the season, had his name linked with all the top clubs across the continent throughout the summer, with the super agent Mino Raiola revealing that Juventus did receive three mammoth offers for the star midfielder.
Paul Pogba’s agent has hit back at Sir Alex Ferguson after the former Manchester United manager blamed Mino Raiola for leading the Frenchman away from the club.
Giuseppe Marotta has blasted Paul Pogba's agent Mino Raiola, after the latter's bold remarks about the potential move of the 22-year-old to Barcelona. Marotta also confirmed that Juventus and Barcelona have been negotiating for months regarding the potential transfer of Pogba.
According to reports, Paul Pogba might play his last match as a Juventus FC player on Saturday in the UEFA Champions League final as his agent Mino Raiola insisted that his client might move out of the club in the summer Raiola, who is in charge of managing the young French midfielder spoke about his client’s future. He opined that Italian champions are not ready to let Pogba leave but if a huge transfer fee if any of the interested parties offer a huge transfer fee things might change. Mino Raiola was quoted: “Could it be his last game with Juve? “Theoretically, yes. The transfer window is open until September 2. We’ll see. “Offers are already coming in, but they’ve all been sidelined. Juventus don’t want to sell him, so anyone who wants him will have to go out and buy him. “The price depends on who buys him, but Juve must make it an auction. His transfer would be […]
Super agent Mino Raiola has advised Inter and AC Milan to consider joining forces if they want to be able to compete again with the big guns of Europe.