Report: Agent to meet club over potential Manchester United transfer

Report: Agent to meet club over potential Manchester United transfer

Paul Pogba

Mino Raiola will meet Juventus today to discuss Paul Pogba’s future, according to Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio.

Raiola spent the past few days in Miami, where he met with Pogba, but has now reportedly returned to Italy to resume the discussions with the Juventus officials about his client’s immediate future.

Pogba is widely expected to finalize his return to Manchester United in the next few days, but it seems like the deal is fairly complicated and the negotiations are still ongoing.

The Frenchman is still on his post-Euro 2016 vacation in Miami, but this hasn’t stopped the rumours about his future as Raiola’s job is to negotiate with the clubs on Pogba’s behalf.

Manchester United’s first competitive game of the season is less than two weeks from now and Jose Mourinho will surely want to have Pogba at his disposal by the end of next week.

The Portuguese manager is not a fan of the long-drawn transfer sagas, so if Pogba isn’t a Manchester United player by the time the season starts, Mourinho would probably decide to switch his attention towards another midfielder.



  1. This is an absolute no brainer for Ed Woodward. United will easily make their money back on this deal even if he only stays for 5 years and we then on sell him to the leaches. He will be 28 years old and totally at the top of his game. A fee of around 160-180 million pounds in five years time is not unrealistic. United would have made a shed load of money off his back in the meantime and United will probably have maybe three Premier league title, a European Cup, a Europa League, a couple of FA cups and who knows another World Club Champions Cup in the bank. Get your money out and stop being a tight fisted bastard. If he stay at United and becomes a Legend, happy days………