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Raiola ‘to earn over £41MILLION’ from Pogba’s world-record switch to United

Date Posted,May 8, 2017

Paul Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola will reportedly pocket over £41MILLION from the Frenchman’s move to Manchester United.

The midfielder returned to Old Trafford last summer in a world-record £89m deal.

Pogba has had an inconsistent season at United with some fans doubting if he is up to the incredible transfer fee.

But one man who won’t be concerned is Raiola, who will earn a staggering amount, reports the Mail.

That’s according to a new book published in Germany, Football Leaks: The Dirty Business of Football.

Agent Mino Raiola (Photo: AFP/Getty)
Paul Pogba (Photo: Getty Images Europe)

In the leaked contracts, Raiola’s earnings are said to be £41.39m – netting £23m from the transfer fee.

The superagent, who also brokered Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s move to United, will also pocket over £16m in future payments during Pogba’s United stay.

It is also suggested the club paid £2.2m to Raiola’s Monaco-based agency, owed by the midfielder.

Ibrahimovic celebrates after scoring (Photo: REUTERS)

The incredible details of the eye-popping deals report Ibrahimovic agreed a deal worth £367,640-a-week at United – comfortably making him the highest-paid player in the Premier League.

In addition, the Swede also secured a bonus of almost £3m per goal, having notched 28 times in his first season with the club.

Pogba’s United contract is thought to be worth a modest £165,588-a-week, although there are substantial incentives for the Frenchman at Old Trafford.

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