FIFA delivers major verdict on Paul Pogba’s agent, ban
Controversial agent Mino Raiola has won an appeal against a ruling by FIFA which would have stooped him from pushing for a move for France international Paul Pogba out of Old Trafford.
Mini Raiola was earlier told he can not participate in transfer activities for the next three months by the Italian FA in May and that would hinder him from working any transfer for the World Cup star in this summer window
The ban was later extended by the world football governing body globally and that led him into an appeal to FIFA’S disciplinary committee.
In a ruling by FIFA today, it overturned the initial ruling which now allows Mino Raiola to carry out his transfer business with immediate effect.
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This development now makes the exit of the World Cup winner easier as he is keen to move away to Spanish La Liga outfit Real Madrid.
However, the deal faces a challenge as the Spanish outfit cannot meet with the personal term requested by Paul Pogba. He has been told that he does not value such a weekly wage.
Meanwhile, Italian Serie A outfit Juventus are desperate to return Paul Pogba to Turin and they are ready to break the bank for his signature.