Agent Mino Raiola is Angry Over The False Announcement of A Death
By TOI Desk Report April 28, 2022 Update on : April 28, 2022
Mino Raiola, a notable football agent, has tweeted that he is alive, in reaction to several rumors in Italy that he had died, which were then rehashed throughout other European media sources.
Current health condition for anyone wondering angrily off the second time in 4 months they kill me, the Italian-born Dutch citizen, one of football’s most prominent and high-earning agents, tweeted. Seem to be able to resuscitate.
Pep when Mino Raiola turns up at the Haaland contract talks
— Khizer (@khiz_7) April 28, 2022
His comment came after Dr. Alberto Zangrillo of Milan’s San Raffaele hospital told the media agency Ansa, I’m offended by the phone calls from pseudo-journalists wondering on the life of a guy struggling for his life.
Mino Raiola, whose customers include Paul Pogba, Erling Haaland, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, is said to have been sick since January. In January, Raiola’s official account tweeted that he had had medical exams needing an aesthetic but had not undergone emergency surgery.
Mino Raiola was born in Italy but raised in the Netherlands, and began his career in a football organization by continuing to work on the deal that brought Dutch forward Bryan Roy from Ajax to Foggia, before trying to act as a translator in Dennis Bergkamp’s transition from the Amsterdam club to International.
Pavel Nedved, the Czech great, was Raiola’s first big-name client, and he has slowly established his profile in Italian and international football in the years afterward. Raiola’s outspoken style hasn’t always won over club managers, with former Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer dissatisfied with what he viewed as the Italian stirring up controversy over Pogba’s future. Read more about captain Katie Meyer.
Pogba and Haaland are anticipated to make two of the most major signings this summer, with the Frenchman becoming a free agent when his deal with United expires and Haaland set to depart Borussia Dortmund. Manchester City is interested in signing the Norwegian striker.