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Superagent Mino Raiola earns more for each transfer of one of his clients than any of his competitors, and he could earn a big fee from Paul Pogba's potential summer move.
Raiola, who is famously not liked by Sir Alex Ferguson, is one of the biggest agents in football and represents some of the most recognisable names in football, from Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Gianluigi Donnarumma.
He managed to get the Italy goalkeeper a move to PSG this summer, with the former AC Milan player's contract expired, and, despite the Ligue 1 side not spending any money on a transfer fee, the agent would certainly got a decent chunk of money.
In fact according to a report, the 53-year-old is far better at making cash from transfers than fellow superagents Jorge Mendes and Jonathan Barnett.
According to a study by OLBG, based on the figures from Forbes, the Italian born Dutchman earns £796,345 per deal that he makes.
Mendes, who represents the likes of Jose Mourinho and Cristiano Ronaldo, and has had a major influence at Wolves in recent years, makes £505,307 for each of his deals.
Barnett, whose most famous client is Gareth Bale, makes on average £153,073 but does have far more clients than his two competitors.
The man who also represents Mason Mount isn't actually fifth on the list for money per deal, with Wissam Ben Yedder's agent Meissa N'Diaye above Barnett and Mendes.
N'Diaye makes £530,118 per deal and Dayot Upamecano's agent Volker Struth takes home £378,264 every time one of his players makes a move.
Raiola could be set for another big windfall this summer, if recent reports are to be believed, with Pogba potentially on the move.
The Manchester United midfielder has reportedly turned down a new contract at Old Trafford and, with his current deal set to expire next summer, the club are ready to cash in on him.
One deal that would make him even more though is if Haaland were to move from Borussia Dortmund this summer.
The Norwegian has a transfer release clause worth around £75 million but that doesn't kick into place until this time next year.
Chelsea would like to land the 21-year-old this summer, Dortmund though won't sell unless the Blues hand over close to £175 million.