“Mino Raiola does not like to decide the destination of his players in advance, so any negotiations for Haaland will not start before May,” he said.
Raiola also had a few choices words for Sir Alex Ferguson, with the pair falling out over Pogba’s departure from Old Trafford in 2012.
“When Ferguson criticised me, that was my biggest compliment anybody could give me. Ferguson is used to people coming in and, ‘Yes, sir. Yes, sir. Yes, sir. Yes, sir’,” Raiola added.
“All I have to say that when Ferguson left Manchester United the club’s owner (the Glazers), by buying back Paul Pogba, told me that I was right. Because I didn’t want to take Paul Pogba away. He (Ferguson) didn’t believe in Paul Pogba.
“So when Ferguson says, ‘I don’t like him’, it’s the biggest compliment that I could have. It’s like saying Sepp Blatter says, ‘I don’t like him’. Fantastic. I don’t care what Ferguson says.”