Paul Pogba & # 39; s move away from Manchester United in doubt over FIFA agent Mino Raiola's worldwide transfer ban
- Football club Mino Raiola is slack with a worldwide transfer ban
- The Italian FA handed Raiola a three-month ban earlier this week
- However, the FIFA Disciplinary Committee extended the ban to cover world football
- The 51-year-old is currently representing the likes of Paul Pogba and Matthijs de Ligt
Paul Pogba & # 39; s big money transfer from Old Trafford has come into question after agent Mino Raiola received a worldwide transfer ban Friday.
The Italian-born Dutchman was dragged with a three-month ban, which hinders him from handling any transfer across the globe and is set to run until August 9 – the day after & # 39; t the window of the & # 39; e. Premier League transfer closes.
Raiola received a ban earlier this week for work all over Italy by the Italian FA, but the chairman of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee has extended the ban to cover the rest of world football.
Football club Mino Raiola has received a worldwide transfer ban through FIFA
The 51-year-old also represents the likes of Ajax starlet Matthijs de Ligt and LA Galaxy striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Pogba has been linked with a £ 160million move to Real Madrid this summer, but the deal could now fall because of the ban.
The potential relocation of De Ligt to join Frenkie de Jong at the Nou Camp could also fall through.
The Italian FA did not reveal why they left the ban to Raiola on Thursday, while his cousin Vincenzo was also banned for two months.
Paul Pogba's big move to Real Madrid could now be hampered by Raiola's ban
United value the 26-year-old at £ 160 million, but the deal could be from & # 39; cards
FIFA said on Friday, & # 39; The President of & # 39; a disciplinary committee today FIFA has decided to extend the sanctions imposed by the FIGC on the intercessions of Carmine (Mino) and Vincenzo Raiola to have global effect.
& # 39; Carmine Raiola has been detained for a period of three months and Vincenzo Raiola for a period of two months. & # 39;
Raiola pleaded guilty Thursday to the initial ban on & # 39; political willingness & # 39; in FIG.
& # 39; I think the FIGC didn't forgive me then & # 39; I have my criticisms diffused for their role in & # 39; a disastrous state of Italian football, as well as its role around the last episode of the racism problem and my opinions may have had an impact in & # 39; evaluation of & # 39; the case, & # 39; he said in a statement.
Ajax captain Matthijs de Ligt & # 39; s potential £ 64million move to Barcelona could also fall through
The 51-year-old added: & # 39; I will seek justice against this injustice and for freedom of speech in any legal court that & # 39; s possible to me, & # 39; my most important task is the importance of Italian football . & # 39;
Raiola & # 39; s Pogba customer has been linked with a move away from Manchester United this summer, most regularly with Real Madrid, but a return to Juventus has also been adjusted.
The statement by Raiola, released for the pronunciation of & # 39; e FIFA, concluded: & # 39; This discussion is attached to the Italian territory and has no implications for the players that I represent. & # 39;
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