Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer moved to hose down speculation that Paul Pogba is unhappy and set to leave the club, declaring the media have an “agenda” against the French World Cup winner.
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba suggested on Sunday that he could be open to a move away from the Premier League side, telling reporters in Tokyo that now “could be a good time to have a new challenge somewhere else”.
Jose Mourinho has left several of Manchester United's senior players "angry and frustrated" with his man-management this season, with sources telling ESPN FC his decision to strip Paul Pogba of the vice-captaincy is merely the latest episode that has bemused many within the dressing room.
Paul Pogba was the pivotal figure in the memorable Manchester derby that prevented the Premier League leader wrapping up the title early, scoring two quick goals to trigger the most unlikely of comebacks, and Pep Guardiola made a point of speaking to the United midfielder on the pitch.
Paul Pogba is not downheartened in the slightest after losing his tag as the world’s most expensive footballer, with the Manchester United midfielder admitting he is relieved to see Neymar’s £200 million transfer to Paris Saint-Germain lift an unwanted weight off his shoulders.