Pogba warned ‘no-one is bigger than MUFC’ as latest transfer hint provokes response

Paul Pogba is the subject of Twitter rage this afternoon after he appeared to once again drop a hint that he wants to leave Manchester United in the near future.

The France star has not been able to replicate his form from the summer for his club and there are tensions between him and manager Jose Mourinho, which certainly isn’t helping matters.

Since he signed for United in 2016, Pogba has failed to justify his big price tag and he’s not looked an ideal fit in Jose Mourinho’s midfield, akin to forcing jigsaw pieces together.

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While some fans have blamed Mourinho for Pogba failing to blossom in a Red shirt, it seems the tide may be turning after the manager made attempts to fix their relationship at the start of this season by handing him the captain’s armband for the first two league fixtures against Leicester City and Brighton.

Speaking to Sky Germany, Pogba has provoked anger by failing to rule out a future transfer away from Old Trafford.

‘My future is currently 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,’ he said.

It’s hardly a surprise to see that line spring a negative reaction from United supporters.

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