Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has finally opened up to newsman over his reported feud with José Mourinho.
The midfielder who rejoined the Old Trafford outfits from Serie A giants Juventus in 2016 for then world record fee of £80m was left out of the club’s starting lineup by the Portuguese manager for three consecutive matches the January busy schedule, thereby leading to speculations that Pogba seems not happy with the way he’s being treated by the manager.
The player was replaced by youngster Mctominay in the starting lineup who was lively in Pogba’s absent.
The Frenchman was later reinstalled into Mourinho’s starting eleven but his performances this season wasn’t close to what he always produces during his time at Turin.
When asked by reporters if there is any misunderstanding between him and Mourinho, Paul immediately replied by saying ‘no’.
The midfielder calmly told the reporters that he is happy with every decision made by the manager over who he wants to start matches and who he wants to start from the substitute bench.
Pogba also debunked the rumours linking him out of Old Trafford. According to him, moving out of Old Trafford is too early for discussions.
The Frenchman was in action for the Red Devils in their 2-0 victory over Swansea City at Old Trafford.
Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku were on target to give United the maximum points which put them ahead of Liverpool in the Premier League