REPORT: MANCHESTER UNITED STAFF ARE UNHAPPY WITH POGBA FOR DOING THIS

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A lot has been said about Paul Pogba in recent times, and reports claim Manchester United coaching staff are getting frustrated with the behaviour of the 25-year-old.

According to reports, Pogba is trying to force a move away from Manchester United and is putting up annoying attitude.

According to the Daily Mail, United staff were irked when Pogba blasted loud music in the team’s bus on the way to old Trafford for Wolves clash during the weekend, with officials thinking that the team needed to concentrate ahead of the game.

Pogba is wanted by Barcelona, and the Spanish giants were keen on his signature during the summer, but the club refused to let go of the World Cup winner.

And now, Jose Mourinho has decided to strip the France international of his captain band. Pogba has worn the captain’s armband a number of times this season in the absence of skipper Antonio Valencia. But Mourinho has deemed it fit to strip him off the title of vice-captain.

“The only truth is that I made the decision of Pogba not to be the second-captain anymore,” Mourinho said.

“No fall out. The person who made the decision to be second-captain was also me. Just one decision which I don’t have to explain.”

This came after Pogba seemed to have criticised the manager’s tactics after the draw against Wolves. Pogba watched from the stands as United bowed out of the Carabao Cup, following a third round defeat to Derby County on penalties.