Mino Raiola Sends Warning To Man United Over Paul Pogba's Future Amid Potential Juventus Move
Mino Raiola has insisted that Paul Pogba 'must be left alone' as he claimed that people become "nervous" when he talks about the Manchester United star's future.
Pogba, 27, remains an instrumental part of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's plans and has shown how important he is to United's squad after he found form over the winter period.
But the Frenchman is out of contract next summer and has been linked with a return to Juventus in the summer.
When he was asked about Pogba potentially moving to Juventus in the summer, the 53-year-old told reporters on Thursday: "Pogba must also be left alone.
"When I speak people get nervous, they don't sleep at night, so I don't speak anymore.
"I will do what I have to do not in front of you, but in the shadows, as I have always done."
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Despite hitting fine form, Pogba has now been sidelined after he picked up a thigh muscle injury in United's 3-3 draw with Everton at Old Trafford.
Solskjaer has dismissed the idea that the French World Cup winner is unhappy at Old Trafford, saying that he "always respects my decisions and we've always had a very good working relationship."
The 47-year-old Norwegian explained: "My job is to be open and honest with him. I've never had a problem with him.
"I talk openly and directly with Paul. I'm not going to tell anyone what my advice to him is but I have always had a good relationship with him.
"He comes from a great family, he's a very sensible boy and he knows what I'm talking about when we speak.
"He's up front and honest with me, too. And what people don't see with Paul is even when he isn't playing, he's contributed loads in the background.
"Sometimes he's even acted as the interpreter between me and different players -- even when he isn't playing.
"He always respects my decisions and we've always had a very good working relationship."
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