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Mino Raiola fuels rumour over future of Paul Pogba; links him with Real Madrid move

Paul Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola has claimed La Liga giants Real Madrid was an "attractive" potential future team for the Frenchman and the midfielder wants to win silverware with Manchester United or another top side in Europe.

Pogba'sagent has fueled rumours over his future at Old Trafford on several occasions. Speaking a few months ago, Raiola said the World Cup winner was "unhappy" at the Premier League club, required to change clubs, and the representative left the door open for a possible exit for his client from the Premier League club this summer transfer window, with potential odds coming from online casinos in the united states.

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The France international midfielder, who is tied to the club until 2022, later took to Instagram where he rubbished rumours regarding any exit from Old Trafford, while United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer also hit out at Mino Raiola for his provocative remarks.

The United manager also saw criticism leveled at him Mino when Raiola said Paul Pogba was not the Manchester United tactician's "property". In a recent interview, the France international showered encomium on Solskjaer for his style of management when compared to the club’s former boss Jose Mourinho, who was subject to a fierce assessment from PaulPogba after the duo endured a thunderous relationship at Old Trafford.

Despite Paul’s recent resurgence for the Red Devils, the 28-years old, who has won the UEFA Europa League and the English League Cup during his second stint at Old Trafford, is still connected with a transfer away and his agent wants to see him win more major titles to underline his amazing talent.

Raiola told AS: "With Pogba, what's really important too is what Manchester United want, what project they are proposing for Pogba."

"Pogba has always been interested in one thing, winning the Champions League, titles, that's his objective. And we'll see if that's possible at United or at other big European clubs.
"At one time, Pogba felt a lot of love for, and trust in, United, and there are various other clubs."

The ‘Super Agent’ has said a move to Real Madrid in order to win major honours with his "childhood hero", Zinedine Zidane, used to be a perfect "option" for him.

He added: "Afterwards, it's really hard for United and Madrid to reach an understanding on a massive transfer because big clubs don't like selling great players to other big clubs.
"And I'm not going to kid you, for Pogba, playing at Madrid was always a really attractive option, because of Zidane too. He's Pogba's childhood hero."

However, in a bid to convince the Frenchman to remain at Old Trafford, Manchester United are allegedly readying a £400,000-weekly contract for the World Cup winner as they look to retain his services in the coming campaigns, nz online casinos open to providing odds for a potential transfer.

It had appeared that the former Juventus player was leaning towards a United departure, but a recent upturn in form and the prospect of losing him on a free due to his current contract expiring in the summer of 2022 appears to have forced United into taking evasive action.

Later in the month, there is a meeting scheduled with his representative to discuss his contract, however, the Red Devils are drawing up contingency plans, just in case an agreement cannot be reached, with the likes of Declan Rice, Wilfred Ndidi, and Saul Niguez all been tipped as potential replacements.