MANCHESTER (ENGLAND) – The January transfer market is at the door and United is talking about nothing more than the future of Paul Pogba. In the last few hours, his agent Mino Raiola, has made it known that the world champion with France will not move from Manchester until the end of the season. Raiola's statements were welcomed with suspicion by Gary Neville, a former Manchester United flag who is now a columnist in Sky Sports UK television studios.
The statements made by Gary Neville are reported by Il Corriere dello Sport: “Does Pogba stay? Well, great news and I hope so – the words of Neville, a former United defender at Sky Sports UK – I will try to imagine him in the club for another two or three years. If this were to be the case, I would be happy: a motivated, physically fit and concentrated Pogba would be a great resource for United. But I don't believe a single word from your agent. I don't believe a single word that comes out of his mouth. "
It is not the first time that rags fly between Neville and Mino Raiola. The two quarreled heavily months ago when the former United flag sharply criticized Paul Pogba's performance.
On that occasion, Raiola replied that Neville is a frustrated ex-footballer. The truth is that United is going very badly and Pogba would gladly change the air to move to Real Madrid or to return to Juventus but he is "slave" to his very rich contract.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano