Mino Raiola threatening FIFA and head of Danish FA with legal action over agent wage cap

25 October 2019

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Photo: Getty Images Mino Raiola, who represents many high-profile players, such as Marco Verratti and Lorenzo Insigne, made £42.2 million when Paul Pogba transferred from Juventus to Manchester United in 2016.

In a letter sent to Jesper Moller, the head of the Danish FA, a group of football agents including Mino Raiola demanded Moller prevent the implementation of the proposed cap on agent commissions.

If he fails to do so, the group threatened legal action against FIFA and Moller himself.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

A group of football agents unsatisfied with FIFA's proposed rule changes, which aim to put a cap on the exorbitant agent fees, sent a letter to the head of the Danish FA threatening to take legal action if the changes are not prevented, according to the Danish newspaper Politiken.

FIFA is planning to implement a series of changes to how agents are allowed to work, which includes a cap on transfer fee commissions, a licensing system and a ban on agents representing multiple parties in a deal.

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