Things are getting serious this transfer window.

With a touted transfer for Paul Pogba to Manchester United hogging most of the limelight, tempers are bound to flare and people will get unhappy about what is being said.

That is exactly what’s happened on Tuesday afternoon as Mino Raiola took time out of his (probably very busy) day to set things straight regarding his client’s future.

In Italy, word early on was that Manchester United and the aforementioned agent were set to meet Juventus to make the first offer for Pogba, which got everyone excited.

Then, José Mourinho’s wife posted a picture of her husband before he left for China for United’s preseason tour with half of the tactics board in his office visible.

One of the names on said board looks a lot like “Pogba” and people are now disagreeing over whether or not they can decipher a blurred scribble correctly in a debate destined to be as great as the “white and gold” dress.

Anyway, we digress.

Raiola, most likely reacting to the reports in Italy and not whether or not Mourinho’s tactics board says “Pogba”, told Goal in Italy: “Everything you read is bullsh*t, that’s all”.

It’s also worth noting Raiola also tried to dismiss RMC Sport’s reports that Zlatan Ibrahimovic had been offered a one year + one optional year deal by Manchester United, which is what the Swede ended up signing.