There is “no war” raging between Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho at Manchester United, according to ‘super agent’ Mino Raiola.
Reports of a rift at Old Trafford have surfaced on the back of an apparent breakdown in the working relationship between a high-profile player and his demanding boss.
Mourinho has taken the decision to bench Pogba of late, with the Portuguese manager removing the 24-year-old from the firing line amid an indifferent run of form.
Questions have since been asked of the £89 million midfielder’s future role with the Red Devils, but any talk of a feud or possible summer transfer has been rubbished by Raiola.
The man in charge of managing Pogba’s career told Rai Sport on reports of meetings with Real Madrid: “I don’t take anyone anywhere, I’m not a taxi or a plane.
“Of course, if things weren’t going well then I’d be ready to do my job, which is to find other solutions for the club and the player.
“There’s no war with Mourinho though, Paul wants to win with Manchester United.”