Published: Mon, August 13, 2018
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Paul Pogba Hints At Manchester United Unhappiness With Latest Comments

Paul Pogba Hints At Manchester United Unhappiness With Latest Comments

"What do you mean being the real Pogba?" he asked.

Paul Pogba has given a hint that he is unsettled at Manchester United by insisting: "there are things that I can not say, otherwise I will get fined".

"I don't think there's any question that a player would say that under Fergie because you'd have been finished".

"If you're not happy, you can not give your best", Pogba said.

He insisted there is no point doing a job if you are not enjoying it, so he was asked whether he is currently happy and comfortable right now.

"There are things and there are things that I can not say otherwise I will get fined", Pogba told the British press after the Leicester match in a rare occasion he has stopped to speak with them.

There's no doubt Pogba has always been surrounded by great leaders and there were plenty of fans calling for him to be named the club's captain. I have always been talking to my team-mates. It's not a role that I give to myself.

It's not known how Mourinho will react to the appointment, should he still be United boss at the time, but the Portuguese may already be expecting the change as he hinted at being no more than a head coach after Friday's Premier League victory over Leicester.

Against Leicester, the World Cup struck his spot-kick brilliantly despite taking about half an hour to take it - setting the tone for what was a very complete midfield performance from the former Juventus man. This doesn't go down well with United fans who were accustomed to see their team dominate during Ferguson's era.

If you're not happy, you can not give your best.

"Pogba gave his manager the ideal response against Leicester with a commanding display". Don't get me wrong, Mourinho does love to remind the opposition whenever his side scores, but his celebration following Shaw's goal was something else. "I love the club". I came in the academy, I grew up. I played for the first team.

"Michael Carrick was captain when I came back - and I learned from them all".

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