OMG! Zlatan Ibrahimovic threatened to break Raiola’s legs if he didn’t sell Pogba to Manchester United
Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has threatened to break super agent Mino Rioala’s legs if he sold Paul Pogba to any other club other than the Red Devils.
Mino Raiola is the agent for both the players and the 34-year old Swede has shown his eagerness to have the former Juventus midfielder back at Old Trafford.
Paul Pogba has left the Red Devils in 2013 on a free transfer to Italian champions Juventus and have grown into one of the best midfielders in the world.
Eventually, Mino Raiola has brought Paul Pogba back to Manchester United as the club has to shell out a massive £89 million in a world record transfer to sign their former player who went on free four years ago. ‘
Zlatan Ibrahimovic signed for Manchester United prior to Paul Pogba and called Mino Raiola to bring Paul Pogba to Old Trafford.
‘Zlatan had signed for Manchester United, called me up and told me: ‘Don’t transfer Pogba elsewhere or I’ll break your legs’,’ Raiola recollected in an interview to Dutch publication De Volkskrant.
The Frenchman was criticized heavily by critics across England after his slow start as he took some time to get used to the Premier League.
The 23-year old has shown a world class performance against Premier League champions Leicester City as he won the man of the match award for his performance. He has scored his first Manchester United goal today and have been phenomenal with his passing.
The Red Devils will hope that the Frenchman will continue to produce brilliant performances over the next coming days and played a huge role in the progress of Manchester United in the debut season of Jose Mourinho.
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