Paul Pogba would stay in Manchester United this summer and not return to Juventus

Paul Pogba will NOT become a member of Juventus this summer because Mino Raiola's ban is enforced in Italy … meaning Real Madrid is his only other option to leave Manchester United

  • The chances of Manchester United to retain Paul Pogba have increased
  • Mino Raiola, the Pogba agent, has enforced his transfer ban in Italy
  • Pogba was associated with a move to the club that he left in August 2016
  • Real Madrid is also interested, but must first balance the books

Manchester United's chances of retaining Paul Pogba have been strengthened after the transfer ban of his agent Mino Raiola in Italy was confirmed.

Sportsmail reported last week that Raiola, who is taking care of Paul Pogba, should be freed to trade in the summer transfer market after his ban was suspended.

The development in Italy means that Pogba would not be able to return to Juventus unless he had left his agent. That leaves Real Madrid as its only other viable alternative, but the Spaniards have to sell several stars before they can buy, because they have already signed five players this summer for £ 344 million.

Paul Pogba's chances of staying in Manchester United next season have increased

Paul Pogba's chances of staying in Manchester United next season have increased

Real had an initial summer budget of nearly £ 100 million, so it would be necessary to raise more than £ 200 million before considering a bid.

Real boss Zinedine Zidane is desperate to draw Pogba as part of his summer reconstruction, but must first discharge Gareth Bale and James Rodriguez.

As a result, it seems likely that Pogba will stay at Old Trafford next season, despite his desire to work with his fellow Frenchman Zidane.

A final decision on Raiola & # 39; s global ban will be made next week.

The transfer ban of Mino Raiola has been maintained in Italy, which means that he cannot trade in that country

The transfer ban of Mino Raiola has been maintained in Italy, which means that he cannot trade in that country

The transfer ban of Mino Raiola has been maintained in Italy, which means that he cannot trade in that country

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane is also interested in signing Pogba

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane is also interested in signing Pogba

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane is also interested in signing Pogba

Raiola appealed against the ban to CAS and on Wednesday it was announced that he could do his job – except in Italy – while the case is being considered.

"The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has registered an urgent appeal lodged by the football mediator, Carmine & # 39; Mino & # 39; Raiola, against the decision of the FIFA Appeals Commission on May 28, 2019 (the Disputed Decision) confirming a previous decision of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee & # 39 ;, according to a CAS statement.

"In such a decision, FIFA extended a three-month period of suspension of the role of sporting agent in Italy imposed on Mino Raiola by the Intermediary Committee of the Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio (FIGC) to a worldwide ban .

& # 39; Prior to filing his appeal, Mino Raiola also submitted an urgent application to continue implementing the contested decision. On 7 June 2019, the chairman of the CAS Appeals Arbitration Division confirmed the application.

The influential agent brokered Pogba & # 39; s move from Juventus to Manchester United in 2016

The influential agent brokered Pogba & # 39; s move from Juventus to Manchester United in 2016

The influential agent brokered Pogba & # 39; s move from Juventus to Manchester United in 2016

"Therefore, the worldwide extension of the suspension of Mino Raiola has remained pending the outcome of the CAS procedure. However, the suspension imposed by the FIGC in Italy is not affected by the CAS decision.

"Under the agreement of the parties, CAS will conduct an accelerated procedure with a shortened procedural timetable to allow a final decision in early July 2019."

With the outcome unknown, Raiola may be looking forward to finalizing all deals for the players he represents before the decision is announced in July.

Raiola, who spoke in May, blamed the initial ban on & # 39; politically willing & # 39; in the FIGC.

& # 39; I suppose the FIGC did not forgive me when I scattered my critics for their role in the disastrous state of Italian football, as well as their role in the final issue of the racism problem, and my opinions were able to influence on the evaluation of the case, & he said in a statement.


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