Paul Pogba: Me and Jose Mourinho can disagree without it meaning anything

Paul Pogba: Me and Jose Mourinho can disagree without it meaning anything

Manchester United star Paul Pogba has insisted he can disagree with his manager Jose Mourinho without it particularly meaning anything bad.

The pair were reported to have clashed numerous times throughout the season with many sections of the media claiming their relationship was so strained it would end with one of them leaving Old Trafford.

However, everything appears to be rosy once again between Pogba and Mourinho with the latter even stating his belief the former will remain at the club.

Rumours have been swirling of the Frenchman potentially switching clubs and joining PSG who already employ the likes of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe.

Either way, it’s good to see that the two United men respect each other and that there’s no big disagreement as was initially reported.

According to Manchester Evening News, Paul said to beIN Sports: “People want to hear about the manager and the player. You see some images of me talking with the coach.

“We can disagree but he is still the manager and I am the player. Sometimes I see things he doesn’t and sometime he sees things I can’t. But it doesn’t mean anything is bad.

“It’s good. He is the coach. He decides and I accept and I respond on the pitch. Just to wear the shirt to play in Old Trafford, I was here in the academy and it was a dream to play for the first team.

“I am proud, I know the fans and story of the club it’s Poggood.”

It was also pleasant to see Jose publicly state his desire to keep the player at the club, especially as it’s not something he frequently does.

Paul Pogba is clearly so central to the Portuguese manager’s plans for the Red Devils and it’s no surprise why he broke the then world record fee on the talented player.

Hopefully the former Juventus man can put behind him whatever disagreement they had and put in a hell of a performance against Chelsea in the FA Cup final.

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