Mino Raiola is still keen on bringing Justin Kluivert to the Premier League club Everton after a falling out with Manchester United.
Manchester United is keen on bringing in a young group of attackers to Old Trafford in the summer and one of them is Justin Kluivert. Son of the great Dutch legend Patrick Kluivert, Justin impressed heavily when United beat Ajax in the Europa League final last season The Red Devils want to revamp their squad for a title push next season after falling short to local neighbors and rivals Manchester City. But there is one man who doesn’t want United to succeed and he is super-agent Mino Raiola.
There were initially a host of big-name players at Manchester United that had Raiola as their client, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and Henrikh Mkhitaryan have both left Manchester United while Romelu Lukaku recently left Raiola and switched agents. The last player that Raiola represents is midfield ace Paul Pogba. However, due to feuds between Jose Mourinho and the French star leaving Pogba to be dropped from United’s first team, Raiola is unhappy with the treatment of his client.
And now Raiola manages Justin Kluivert, the Dutch international has scored 11 times and notched up five assists so far this season. However, along with Manchester United, there are several clubs interested in recruiting the 19-year-old winger. According to news outlet Tuttosport therefore, the Italian is set to take revenge on United by offering Kluivert to Premier League rivals Everton.
The Toffees received a massive transfer fee from the sale of Romelu Lukaku and Raiola is pushing for Kluivert to move at Goodison Park after his relationship with United has deteriorated. Kluivert is reportedly valued at around £35 million by Ajax and the teenage star is looking to play in a more competitive league.
Raiola is just being notorious here and is probably taking revenge on just Mourinho. But the whole Manchester United squad is suffering because of this problem. If Raiola encourages Kluivert to play at Everton, the Netherlands star could get more game time because there is too much competition at Old Trafford for a starting berth in attack.