A handful of large money transfers this summer have come into question after agent Mino Raiola received a worldwide transfer ban on Friday night.
The Italian-born Dutchman was acquitted with a three-month ban, which stops him from trading with any transfer company around the world and is set to run until August 9 – the day after & # 39; & # 39; a Transfer League closes.
The 51-year-old represents the likes of Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba and Ajax starlet Matthijs de Ligt, who & # 39; s both linked to mega transfers this summer.
With some deals where big name players in Europe are now in danger of collapse, Sportsmail looks at some of Raiola & # 39; s biggest customers and what its suspension could mean for their futures.
A handful of large money transfers are in doubt after the ban of agent Mino Raiola
The Frenchman probably loves a move with big money to Real Madrid this summer, because he remains linked with a move away from Manchester United.
Pogba has been agitating for a move for a while and initially wanted to join Real's rivals Barcelona last summer, after Raiola had negotiated a move to the Nou Camp, only for United boss Ed Woodward to refrain from selling.
Real are hoping to make an offer of around £ 100 million for Pogba as manager Zinedine Zidane looks to renew his squad. Chelsea talisman Eden Hazard is another target, which is why they can't pay Pogba at £ 160m – especially if they struggle to sell unwanted players like James Rodriguez, Isco and Gareth Bale.
However, that is unlikely to wash with the Red Devils with Pogba who hasn't been contracted for another two years and the club has an option to extend his deal with another 12 months until June 2022.
The dream version of Paul Pogba to Real Madrid could collapse after his agent got a ban
This is expected to be another suspension in staff at Paris Saint-Germain following another disappointing season in the Champions League.
Italian midfielder Verratti is expected to remain, however, with the French giants waiting to lose his quality and experience in the midfield. There have been links with a move to Barcelona, but those have disappeared.
& # 39; Yes, I stay in Paris, & # 39; he said last month. & # 39; If nothing happens and the club doesn't want to dump me, I will play here next year. & # 39;
Italian midfielder Marco Verratti is expected to remain with PSG as they pursue Champions League
Matthijs de Ligt
The League was set to hit Barcelona for £ 60m this summer, but the move of the Ajax defender is now in danger of the latest developments regarding Raiola.
The Ajax captain, still only 19 years old, has emerged as one of & # 39; the finest prospects in European football, to & # 39; t the Dutch side within seconds of & # 39; a Champions League final has run.
Barcelona are believed to have beaten Manchester United after his signature, but the impressive move from De Ligt to Catalonia is now in trouble.
& # 39; I think these will be the last games of The Ligt with Ajax, & # 39; Ajax chief executive Edwin Van der Sar said after her defeat by Spurs on Wednesday. & # 39; I think he will go to England or Spain. & # 39;
Matthijs De Ligt was set to join Barcelona for £ 60m, but the defender's move is now in danger
There was a time when Donnarumma was the enemy of all AC Milan fans, when he jumped in for a club move.
After winning the & # 39; love of & # 39; a nasty ultrasound of the club already, Donnarumma could break their hearts again with reports in Italy suggesting he will ask to leave if they are not eligible for next season's Champions League .
Donnarumma was followed quickly to the first team at 15 and made his debut in October 2015, when he was 16. He has gone on to make 161 appearances, keeping 56 clean looks.
Milan are currently out of the Champions League qualifiers with three games left to play.
Gianluigi Donnarumma may ask to leave if AC Milan are not eligible for the Champions League
The Greek defender was reportedly added to Manchester United's list of transfer targets earlier this year.
The 27-year-old has a £ 30.5m clause in his contract although it will only be active in the summer.
Former United manager Jose Mourinho was desperate to sign a central defender in the final months of his tumultuous reign and it is an area that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is expected to tackle in the coming months.
Manolas joined Roma in 2014 and has developed into one of & # 39; the leading center backs in & # 39; e world. He has made 205 appearances for the capital club, but can see every opportunity to disappear this summer now.
Kostas Manolas has a £ 30.5m clause in his contract although it will only activate in the summer
The powerful French midfielder is out of contract next summer at Juventus, so this year will present the last chance for the club to make some money on Matuidi or risk losing him in 12 months.
At the age of 32, the Frenchman could be one to continue, not looking for Juve to strengthen their squad, so they could occupy a Champions League challenge next season.
Matuidi has been a dominant force at club level with PSG and Juve, but he is unable to make the difference on the biggest stage for both clubs.
He has made 40 appearances this season, which indicates that Max Allegri values him highly and will likely keep him around Turin.
Blaise Matuidi has made 40 appearances for Juventus this season, indicating he is an important man
Arsenal can't pay to let one of their key attacking midfielders go this summer, considering Unai Emery doesn't have much of a transfer budget to work with.
Similar to his spell at Manchester United, Mkhitaryan did OK for the Gunners without really impressing.
The 30-year-old has scored six and contributed seven assists in 38 appearances this season and it is unlikely that Emery will lose him this summer.
Mkhitaryan probably doesn't seem to be affected by Raiola & # 39; s off-field issues.
Arsenal can't afford to let Henrikh Mkhitaryan go with their low transfer budget this summer
The former striker of Manchester City and Liverpool always seems to be linked to a transfer, but he may have to see his relocation plans this summer by Raiola.
He only arrived in Marseille from Nice in January and will hopefully be happy with another year or so.
Still only 28, the Italian has impressed since moving to the Stade Velodrome, scoring eight goals in 13 games to help her in controversy for the Europa League future season.
Mario Balotelli only arrived in Marseille in January and seems likely to be left to impress
The Italian has come to the scene in recent months, scoring some vital goals, when Juventus claimed an eighth consecutive Serie A title.
He is so impressed that Juve wants to extend his contract until 2024, in order to see & # 39; replace the new Cristiano Ronaldo & # 39; to ban.
The 19-year-old, who has notched seven goals in 15 appearances this season, has just over a year left on his current deal with the Serie A leaders.
His contract is set to expire in June 2020 and as a result Juventus is seeking an expansion with the advance, according to Italian newspaper Tuttosport. He should not have felt the consequences of Raiola & # 39; s ban.
Juve probably wants to extend Moise Kean's contract until 2024, so they don't look to bind him
Kluivert, the son of Dutch legend Patrick, only arrived at Roma from Ajax last season at Roma and seems to be staying there for a few years.
The spicy winger has difficulty in his debut Serie A campaign and has so far been unable to win a regular starting place at Stadio Olimpico.
Kluivert has presented in 33 games in all competitions, but has seen his debut campaign overseen by fellow teen sensation Nicolo Zaniolo.
It would be difficult to move the Dutchman to just one season and he is expected to have another chance with a new manager who is expected to be hired sooner rather than later.
Justin Kluivert has so far been unable to win a regular start at the Stadio Olimpico