Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola’s ban has been extended to a “worldwide effect” by the world football governing body FIFA, just a day after getting the Italian Football Association (FIGC) ban for three months
Raiola who also serve as agent to Zlatan Ibrahimovic and so on, was given a three month suspension by the FIGC on Wednesday, though specific reasons was not provided for the suspension.
Raiola has moved to reassure his clients that the coming transfer window would not be affected as the ban was only restricted to the Italian territory.
A statement by the world football governing body FIFA said it has extended the ban to a global effect just like the FIGC reasons for the ban was not provided.
A statement by FIFA read that it’s disciplinary commitee Chairman has decided to extend the sanction imposed by the Italian Football Association (FIGC) on the intermediaries Vincenzo and Carmine Raiola to have a global effect, Vincenzo Railola was suspended for a period of two months and Carmine Raiola for three months.
A statement by FIFA also said “A statement by FIFA disciplinary commitee was notified today and takes immediate effect”.
This development might affect Pogba’s move to Real Madrid, only if his representative is changed.