Mino Raiola – the agent of Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba – reportedly sees a ban on conducting business in Italy lifted by the Federal Court of Appeal.
Juventus have reportedly been provided with a boost in the race to secure the signing of Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.
The Serie A champions are one of two teams – the other being Real Madrid – who allegedly hold a strong interest in Pogba, a player who has already enjoyed one spell in Turin.
A transfer ban has been hovering over his agent Mino Raiola, however, which would prevent any business involving the player being conducted until a resolution is found.
Despite a hearing on Wednesday resulting in any punishment being suspended until July, Raiola was still unable to play a part in transfer negotiations involving Italian teams.
That has now changed – according to Sky Sports News – after the Federal Court of Appeal ruled that the ban would be immediately lifted.
Juventus are now able to press ahead with their attempt to secure a reunion with Pogba, who has just two years left to run on his United contract.