Well of course you can, nobody is denying that at all. But you also need to accept some players will want to work with Raiola because of the work he does. He gets mega money for his clients and gets the move for them they want more times than not. Remember him throwing chairs in the boardroom to get Mkhitaryan to Manchester United? Nobody was complaining about him here then. I would love if United stopped working with Raiola, I don't want to touch Haaland with a barge poll but come on - it's no longer the 1990s.I feel strongly about us not needing to deal with him yes. Because it's a lot of financial resources and strain that goes into managing a relationship that isn't worth it.
And your point doesn't stand because I'm talking about how clubs can very easily boycott Raiola, and yours is on some tangent that isn't related to him taking a piss. No one denied player power is bigger now, I'm not sure how that's relevant to Raiola even remotely.
You can have a powerful player who goes about his business in contractual terms or club exits in a far more amicable manner than what Raiola does on behalf of his talent. That's my point.