Did Pogba disrespect Manchester United fans with his recent comment?

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Manchester United midfielder, Paul Pogba has been a controversial figure since signing for Manchester United.

The France international took his controversial nature to a new low after he took a slight dig at the coach, Olé Gunnar Solskjaer, following his spell on the bench this season.

The Frenchman seemed to take a veiled dig at Solskjaer, as he described playing for France as a breath of fresh air.

He told RTL after the Les Bleus recent win against Portugal, “I had never known such a difficult period in my career. The France team is a breath of fresh air.

“This group is exceptional, it’s magic. We are a family, we are all very close. We enjoyed the victory against Portugal. The team showed a lot of maturity.”

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.

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.”

Despite the criticisms Pogba has faced from the media at Old Trafford, do you think this latest move also means that he disrespected the fans as well?