Paul Pogba’s representative Mino Raiola hasn’t been holding back when criticising Manchester United as the super-agent admitted he wouldn’t happily take any of his clients to Old Trafford.
A week later, journalist Alessandro Jacobone explained Pogba’s club teammate Jesse Lingard has joined the Raiola stable. He also reported the Red Devils attacker has been offered to an Italian club.
Il Napolista then reported the England international’s relationship with United isn’t good, which is why he would like to leave the Premier League side.
Therefore, it was reported Raiola has been looking for a market in Italy and offered his new client to the likes of AS Roma, AC Milan and Napoli.
Speaking to CalcioNapoli24, Italian journalist Ciro Venerato explains Gennaro Gattuso’s side have denied claims that Raiola has offered Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s player to them.
Bruno Fernandes | It’s complicated.
We’ve brought all the Portuguese claims together, still presented as imminent, player knows he could travel ‘at any minute’.
— Sport Witness (@Sport_Witness) January 15, 2020
Even if these claims were to be true, Napoli couldn’t complete his signing because of the overall cost of the operation.
Venerato adds the Old Trafford club value the attacker around €30m and Lingard’s salary would be very high for a club who could miss out on next season’s Champions League.