Former France player, Frank Leboeuf has warned Paul Pogba he needs to be mindful of the things he says about Manchester United while on international duty.
Pogba, who was very good last season, following his return from injury, has endured a difficult start to the new football campaign, with just 5 starts for the Red Devils.
United coach, Olé Gunnar Solskjaer appears to have more trust in Fred and Scott McTominay, and that has negatively impacted Pogba’s chances.
The Frenchman, has however been a regular for France, and after their recent match against Portugal, he didn’t fail to speak about his troubles at United.
Pogba described his United situation as the worst he’s had to face in his career, and that being with France was a ‘breath of fresh air’.
However, Leboeuf has warned the star to be guarded with his words because they may not go down well with Man United.
He told ESPN, “You have to be always cautious of what you say. It’s true that this is not going to be very well interpreted with Manchester United.
“It’s meaning that he is belonging to a group with friends which is not the case with Manchester United.”
While Pogba may not have meant anything bad with his comments, they may not go down well with Olé Gunnar Solskjaer and other United officials, like Leboeuf said.