Paul Pogba’s relationship with Jose Mourinho has been in the news since the ending part of last season, and it has even intensified this season, with the media claiming that the French star and Manchester United manager aren’t on talking terms.
Reports about a frosty relationship between the pair heightened at the end of September, when they had a public spat in front of the watching television cameras at the Carrington training ground.
Mourinho has since displaced Pogba as his vice-captain, and Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola has also been in the news.
Raiola has recently spoken about his client’s situation and has insisted that Pogba won’t be sold by Manchester United.
“I prefer not to talk about Pogba right now,” he told Rai Sport.
“It’s a delicate moment, as everyone knows. Manchester United have in any case been very clear with everyone: Pogba is not on the market.”
Rumours had linked Pogba with a move to Barcelona during the summer and Raiola was keen for the move to happen, but Unuted are adamant that the World Cup winner will not be sold.
Manchester United are experiencing a difficult start to the season, and it’s the worst for the club in the Premier League campaign, and Pogba has urged his teammates to keep fighting.
After the goalless draw against Valencia that led to boos from fans, Pogba wrote on Twitter: “Let’s keep fighting United.”