FORMER MANCHESTER UNITED PLAYER REVEALS WHAT SIR ALEX FERGUSON WOULD HAVE DONE TO POGBA

Former Manchester United player Paul Ince believes Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho and Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba showed a lack of professionalism following their training ground rift which was caught on camera.

Ince believes during the era of Ferguson, Pogba would have been banned from speaking to the press.

Ince told Paddy Power: “The latest episode between Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba, where they were caugh rowing on the cameras at training, shows a complete lack of professionalism from both of them.

“The whole thing between those two is just ludicrous now. If anybody had any doubts before about how those two feel about each other – it’s been proven for everyone to see. They very clearly don’t get on.

“Not every player is going to like their manager all the time. It’s not about the dislike for each other, it’s about the fact you’re playing for a team and you should want to put that aside and win games.

“I said weeks ago that someone needed to put this situation to bed. No one is bigger than Manchester United, yet somehow Pogba thinks he is.

“There’s been an issue between them for a long time, and it’s been allowed to spiral out of control and get into the mess it’s in now.

“There’s absolutely no chance this would have happened under Ferguson. He’d have had the situation dealt with weeks, even months ago. There’s no way that Manchester United can compete with Liverpool or Manchester City, or even win trophies, when they’ve got situations like this happening in the club.

“I can tell you what Fergie would’ve done, too. There’d have been a complete ban on Pogba speaking to all media. Because it’s obvious that he’s been feeding off the attention he’s been getting and that’s made it even worse.

“Pogba is letting his personal vendetta with Mourinho take over his game.”

Following the recent training ground rift between Mourinho and Pogba, various reports are claiming Manchester United will be willing to let Pogba leave the club when the transfer window opens.