Mino Raiola’s Twitter account confirms… he is still alive, contrary to the information in many European newspapers published this evening.
Alberto Zangrillo, head of anesthesiology and intensive care at the San Raffaele hospital in Milan, insists Raiola is still “fighting for her life”.
Raiola’s close assistant, Jose Fortes Rodriguez, told Dutch newspaper NOS: “He is still alive but his condition is very badAnother source confirmed, Raiola is “very, very weak”.
The most famous representative in the football world has been hospitalized in Milan since January and underwent a complicated surgery.
At the time, German newspaper Bild said Raiola had a lung problem, but a spokesman for Raiola said the surgery was not as serious as reported.
Mino Raiola represents the world’s top stars such as Pogba, Haaland, Ibrahimovic, Romelu Lukaku, Mario Balotelli, Marco Verratti and Henrikh Mkhitaryan. Raiola’s reputation comes from huge contracts, bringing huge profits to clients.
Raiola is said to have earned up to £ 20 million from Pogba’s departure Juventus to Manchester United to play in 2016.
Last year, Forbes estimated Raiola’s personal fortune at around £62 million.
Mino Raiola was born in 1967 in Salerno, Southern Italy. At the age of 1, Raiola moved with his family to the Dutch city of Haarlem, where his parents opened an Italian restaurant called Napoli. The restaurant’s pizza Napoli very expensive.
Raiola also dreamed of becoming a footballer, but this dream was unfinished because of his oversized body. Failing to compete, Raiola chose to make a fortune from sports management.
At the age of 22, Raiola ran one leg on the board of directors of local team FC Haarlem. But not long after, he withdrew with a harsh explanation: “The leadership team here is too conservative.”
With the ability to speak 7 languages (Italian, Dutch, French, English, German, Spanish and Portuguese) and solid legal knowledge acquired before working for FC Haarlem, Raiola quickly applied to the Sport Promotion company of the most famous Dutch dealer at that time, Rob Jansen. Raiola was entrusted with the role of translator in Jansen’s matchmaking of Dennis Bergkamp from Ajax to Inter in 1993.
Taking care of the translation part, Raiola also secretly copied all the documents related to this deal to serve his ambition to separate and do his own business. Not long after, Raiola set up his own company, Maguire Tax & Legal, to compete directly with Sport Promotion. Despite being considered by Jansen as a “stone porridge”, Raiola still coldly competes with the person who once supported and trusted her wholeheartedly.
The more she did, the more she was hated. But he calmly replied: “I don’t care what people think of me. Who does not have lovers, haters. But I wasn’t born to please everyone“.
Just like that, in order to achieve her goal, Raiola was familiar with the whole world, from the person who guided her, her client to the coach, the club owner. Should someone comment that to “hold the head” of a super brazen star like Ibra, it is necessary to have a super brat like Raiola.
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