MINO RAIOLA has declared he will no longer send players to Manchester United.
The super–agent is upset that fingers have been pointed at him from within Old Trafford over the deal that took whizkid Erling Haaland, 19, to Borussia Dortmund.
United pulled out of the pursuit for Haaland as they would not agree to a sell–on clause that would have given Raiola control of any future transfer fee if he left Manchester.
And Paul Pogba’s agent has now attacked Old Trafford chiefs and claimed he will flat out refuse future business with the club.
Raiola told Italian outlet La Repubblica: “Today I would no longer bring anyone there.
“They would also ruin [Diego] Maradona, Pele and [Paolo] Maldini.”
Raiola revealed he had a bust up with legendary United manager Sir Alex Ferguson after Pogba stood up to the no-nonsense Scot.
And the agent blasted the current United set-up as “out of reality” as he hinted his World Cup-winning client could do with a move back to Serie A champions Juve.
Raiola explained: “For Pogba I fought with (Sir Alex) Ferguson.
“Paul was the only one to say no to him, he never digested this and he took it out on me.
“But now Pogba’s problem is Manchester – it’s a club out of reality, without a sports project.
“Paul needs a team and a club, one like the first Juve.”
United boss Solskjaer – who coached Haaland at Molde – travelled to meet the striker’s camp on December 13.
Raiola vows he gave Solskjaer an equal chance to get his fellow Norwegian to the Theatre of Dreams – but the player had his heart set on Germany.
He told The Telegraph: “The club that he had the most direct contact with him was United.
“They spoke to him the most. Everybody had the chance to talk to him in person. We let that happen especially when he knows Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
“Clearly he [Erling Haaland] felt that at this moment it was not the right step in his career. There is nothing against Manchester United or Ole.
“He chose Borussia Dortmund ahead of them and other clubs and I’m very happy because he is going to the club he wanted to go to and that is best for him right now.”
Pogba has constantly been linked with a move away from Old Trafford after he revealed in the summer he was seeking a “new challenge”.
But ahead of the winter window, Raiola insisted the 26-year-old is focussed on fully recovering from injury and will remain a Red.
Though the agent warned results must improve to keep his client in a United shirt.
Asked whether sees Pogba staying in Manchester until next season, Raiola told Sky Sports: “Yes I can, but in a club that I hope fights for the league and hopefully the Champions League.
“Is that strange? Am I the only one that’s worried? Is the owner not worried? I think that everybody that is in love with Manchester United is worried about that.
“I’m worried about that for my player. I’m not a fan of Manchester United but I have a very direct interest.
“As long as Paul is in Manchester United, he wants to win trophies with Manchester United. That’s the kind of player he is and he will not act differently.
“Like Ole’s saying, it’s a work in progress now this club. He’s says he’s working on a team for next year. Let’s hope that it goes well for him because the world needs Manchester United on the top.
“Clearly they are not where they think they should be.”