Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s future remains up in the air and it’s starting to frustrate his agent Mino Raiola, who reportedly tossed a chair during heated discussions with Borussia Dortmund, according to Mirror.
The Armenian playmaker has his sights set on a move from the Bundesliga to the Premier League and Raiola says Manchester United is his dream club.
Raiola told German newspaper Bild he is happy to fight for what his client wants, which is to play under Jose Mourinho next season, saying: “Henrikh is not the type to have conflicts, he leaves that to me. We will not give up.”
Dortmund is keen to keep Mkhitaryan for one more season, which would conclude his contract, after he delivered 23 goals and 32 assists last campaign.
Raiola, who also represents likely United mega-signing Zlatan Ibrahimovic, previously detailed his troubles with securing the move Mkhitaryan wants.
“We have both taken very different views and fight for them like lions,” he told Bild earlier this week.
“Even though it does not look like it right now, I still hope for a sensible solution.
“Such an offer to join Manchester United might only come once in a lifetime for a player and nobody can guarantee us that the door will still be open for Micki next season. Manchester are Micki’s dream club, he wants to join them by any means.”