Published: Mon, September 10, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

There will always be rumours - Pogba brushes off Barcelona talk

There will always be rumours - Pogba brushes off Barcelona talk

It remains to see whether Manchester United part ways with Jose Mourinho and shake hands with Zinedine Zidane.

Mourinho, meanwhile, finds himself in a precarious position following two defeats from four Premier League matches and reported tension with United's executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward over a lack of transfers.

"Footballers in today's game are commodities and a group of them together speak louder than any one manager".

The report quotes a Pogba interview with Sky Germany in which he revealed: "My future is now in Manchester, I still have a contract, I'm playing there at the moment, but who knows what will happen in the next few months".

City and United are massive clubs, and working with Pep Guardiola or Mourinho could be too tempting for the 21-year-old to resist.

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Manchester United's failure to convince Paul Pogba to commit his future to the club has made them look amateurish, according to former Red Devils star Paul Parker. The club I can not name.

It's safe to say that ship has sailed but if Mourinho wants to prove that he's the best fit for United, it's obvious what he has to do: best Guardiola to that Premier League title.

He is the spiritual child of Johan Cruyff; he played under Cruyff at Barcelona and learned everything from him. They know where I am. I would like to coach. I would enjoy it.

However, he only appeared three times in the league for United and seemed to fall foul of Sir Alex Ferguson's methods of dealing with players with what he deemed to be attitude problems. Then we would play creative football once again. "A good man. A good leader".

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