Raiola talks about Donnarumma and De Ligt

Wed 17 November 2021 | 14:51

Agent Mino Raiola talked about the Italian goalkeeper’s situation at the Ligue 1 side, Matthijs de Ligt’s future at the Bianconeri and he blames himself for the free transfers.

Mino Raiola

talked to the reporters and insisted that “dreams are for free” when he was quizzed about

Paul Pogba

’s potential move to


away from

Manchester United


He also spoke about

Gigio Donnarumma

’s condition at

Paris Saint-Germain

, where he is in competition for game time with

Keylor Navas


The 22-year-old revealed that it ‘disturbed’ him, but the agent wants the shot-stopper to be “patient”.

I don’t know if it has become a problem,”

Raiola said, according to



“I think everyone knows how this story will end.

“It will turn out well for Gianluigi. It takes a bit of patience, I understand that he’s living a moment he never lived before.

“But it will only be solved through dialogue, little by little.”

The Bianconeri are speculated to meet with Raiola and talk about Dutch centre-back Matthijs de Ligt’s future at the club.

This interview should be done in May,

” Raiola said.

“We are in November… right now, an interview like this is not good.”

Italian clubs are having problems with those players who are not open to signing extension deals and move on free transfers when their contracts reach their ends

Raiola blames himself when it comes to the free transfers of his clients.

Our function is also to take the blame,”

Raiola added.

“The bad things of the players, I did. The ones that are done well, they did.

“That’s OK with me. I don’t need to be a saint, those who are smart, make their own considerations.”

source: SportMob

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