Mino Raiola insists he will "do what I have to do" regarding Paul Pogba's future at Manchester United – and also hit out at "nervous" and "offended" clubs.
The French World Cup winner faces an uncertain future at Old Trafford, having flirted with a "dream" move to Real Madrid in recent years.
Despite pushing for a move away from the Premier League, Pogba remained with the Red Devils and has this season played an integral part in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's bid for silverware.
But off the pitch, Raiola has continued to add fuel to the fire by commenting on Pogba's desire to leave the club; comments that have angered Old Trafford chiefs.
Indeed, Raiola dropped a bombshell in December when he claimed his client was "unhappy" at Old Trafford and ready to leave the club.
However in his latest update, Raiola seemingly changed his mood by saying his transfer business will now be done away from the media spotlight.
Raiola told Tutto Mercato Web : "Pogba must also be left alone.
"When I speak people get nervous, they don’t sleep at night, so I don’t speak anymore.
"I will do what I have to do not in front of you, but in the shadows, as I have always done."
Earlier this month, Pogba's brother Mathias told United that they must sell the midfielder this summer if they hope to receive any transfer fee for the star.
Mathias, who plays for Spanish side Racing Murcia, appeared on TV show El Chiringuito.
And when asked about his brother he said: "He is happy. He is improving his game.
"He has a year left on his contract. I don't know (if he will stay until then). I can't help you right now.
"The only thing I can say is if United want money, they have to sell him now. That's the only thing I can say. If no, he'll go for free.
"I haven't heard anything about him renewing his contract."
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