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Mino Raiola slammed for bringing “chaos” to Manchester United as ex-Red Devil baffled by agent’s behaviour

Former Manchester United midfielder Luke Chadwick has slammed Mino Raiola for the “chaos” he’s brought on on the membership along with his feedback on Paul Pogba.

The France worldwide’s consultant lately gave an explosive interview, cited beneath by Fabrizio Romano, revealing that his consumer’s time at Man Utd was over.

This got here simply as United have been about to play RB Leipzig of their vital Champions League conflict final week, and Chadwick was removed from impressed by how Raiola carried out himself.

“It was very strange,” Chadwick informed CaughtOffside. “I think it was a case of the agent deciding to say something to get the most possible press from it in terms of the timing, which couldn’t have been any worse for the club or the player really.

“It was a strange series of events considering the agent’s job is to make players’ lives better, in essence. But I can’t see how that would’ve had any positive effect on Pogba or the agent’s reputation.”

The ex-Red Devil went on to add that if Raiola carried out this interview with out Pogba understanding about it, then the 27-year-old ought to sack him.

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“If he’s done it without Pogba knowing about it then surely it would be the right course of action (to sack him),” Chadwick mentioned.

“I’ve no idea what goes on behind closed doors, it looked like a case of Raiola trying to flex his muscles and bring as much chaos as possible around the club, who he’s obviously had issues with in the past, but to do that … it makes no sense to me how it can help any party involved.”

Raiola has definitely had his critics in latest instances and this newest outburst may very well be the ultimate straw by way of Pogba’s profession at United.

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