MINO RAIOLA has insisted Paul Pogba wants to stay at Manchester United but the club need to support the midfielder more.
Pogba's agent has called on the club to form a clear identity that the Frenchman can be a part of.
Raiola told the Telegraph: "Paul wants to be successful and happy and wants to win prizes and he would love to do that with Manchester United.
"At least when Ferguson was there you saw it was his team – the way they played, pro-active, and the players that came in came in with an eye on how to play that game.
"So I say, make your identity of what you want your club to be and then find the LEGO parts for it. You need that clarity.
“The club needs a specialist, a sports director, someone between the team, the coach and the owners, someone who can bridge the sides. Today you need that specialist because the coach has no time to manage scouts and other tasks and I feel that is lacking at Manchester United.
“In truth I look at Manchester United and think that they have more an American mentality than a European one.
"By that I mean that sometimes it seems the club is more concerned about the economic part than the sports part and that is a very American way of thinking. They need someone to connect the economic side and the sports side.”
Pogba has been continuously linked with a move away from Old Trafford and hasn't featured for United in over two months but could be set to return to training this week.
The former Juventus man has divided opinion during his second spell at United, with many calling for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to cash in on the 26-year-old.
Raiola has insisted will not get “angry” with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer because of the respect he had for him when they were players.
Scott McTominay has stood out in central midfield during Pogba's absence and Solskjaer has insisted he will not sell the French star in January.
Solskjaer said: "He is not being sold in January.
"I hope he will play before the end of the year, but I am not going to push him. I can't risk any setbacks."
Pogba suffered an ankle injury against Arsenal in September and has not played since but is nearing a return to training as United continue to push for a top four place.