According to the Mirror, Mino Raiola is offering Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba out to other clubs, with the 25-year-old’s future being uncertain at Old Trafford.
Pogba has been in and out of the side of late, amid rumours of a fallout with manager Jose Mourinho. The French international has struggled for form in his second season at United, having re-joined his former club in 2016 from Juventus.
The midfielder was dropped for United’s Champions League last-16 clash with Sevilla and was left on the bench in Saturday’s FA Cup victory over Brighton & Hove Albion. It’s clear player and manager aren’t currently seeing eye to eye, which is why Raiola is touting his client out elsewehere.
The super-agent is reportedly unhappy with Mourinho’s treatment of Pogba and is trying to find him a new club. However, the Mirror say the midfielder is happy to stay in Manchester for at least another season. The club won’t appreciate the constant interferences from Raiola though.
He tried to get United to double Pogba’s contract to match Alexis Sanchez when the Chilean joined from Arsenal in January. Raiola has also been critical of the United coaches as Pogba continues to be played in a position his agent believes is wrong.