Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has given his impression on the relationship he has with José Mourinho.
According to reports, the Frenchman is not in good terms with the Portuguese manager, though, he was made the captain when they battled Leicester City in a game which ended 2-1 in their favour last Friday.
When asked by a BBC reporter if he is happy being at Old Trafford, the player claimed that a sad player won’t give his maximum best to the team.
However, the player indirectly revealed that he is not getting the best treatment from the former Real Madrid boss and that somehow makes him sad.
With the player’s latest interview with the British media, Barcelona now stand a chance of luring him to the Camp Nou Stadium where he would reunite with his former Juventus teammates Vidal, should he finally depart from the Old Trafford this summer.
Paul Pogba, 24, also compared United to the French National team as he claimed that they are two different teams.
He confessed that it was easy to perform majestically for the Les Blues side during the World cup because the whole team were on the same page and willing to play for one another.
Barcelona are very much keen on the player’s signature but they are yet to find a breakthrough in their bid to get him.
Pogba was on the scoresheet against Leicester last week as he converted from the spot to give the Red Devils.