Mino Raiola in 'serious condition in intensive care' a week after being hospitalised



    Super agent Mino Raiola is reportedly in a ‘serious condition’ in intensive care with a pulmonary problem. Raiola, 54, has been in hospital for over a week after being taken last Wednesday, but it has now been claimed his condition has ‘deteriorated’.

    His Twitter account confirmed last week that he was put under anaesthesia upon his arrival to the Lombardian capital, whilst also stating that ‘no emergency service happened’ after reports said he went in for emergency surgery.

    But according to BILD, the football agent, who represents the likes of Paul Pogba and Erling Haaland, has been moved to San Raffaelle’s intensive care unit.

    The same report claims he is suffering from ‘a lung disease’ and has been in intensive care for several days.

    And it is believed that his condition has deteriorated in the nine days he has been there, with reports that he has been moved to a more severe unit of the hospital as a result.

    Raiola has been in the sporting headlines recently given the prominency of rumours in deals for both Pogba and Haaland.

    The French midfielder, 28, is set to leave Manchester United on a free transfer this summer after garnering interest from Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid after strong performances at Euro 2020.

    Meanwhile, Haaland is likely to move on from Borussia Dortmund should anyone activate his reported £68million release clause.

    Manchester City and Real Madrid are the two clubs most credited with an interest in the prodigy, though Chelsea, Barcelona and Manchester United are also circling.

    Raiola last year met with several chiefs from big clubs around Europe to discuss Haaland’s potential transfer away from Dortmund.

    Haaland recently admitted that Dortmund are ‘pushing’ him to make a decision about his future amid intense speculation.

    But Dortmund chief Hans-Joachim Watzke angrily hit out at Haaland, increasing speculation that he could want to leave the club.

    In response to Haaland, Watzke said: “That one or the other medium writes that BVB would certainly give him an ultimatum, which is total bulls***.

    “Erling was obviously a bit bothered by it, but we can’t influence that. We told him that too.”


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