Paul Pogba: I can’t say anything otherwise I’ll be fined

Paul Pogba: I can’t say anything otherwise I’ll be fined

Manchester United star Paul Pogba has responded to claims he’s unhappy at the club by stating he can’t say anything otherwise he’ll be fined.

The Frenchman’s future has been thrown up in the air once again as reports emerged towards the end of the transfer window that he was looking for a move.

Some sections of the media even claimed Barcelona agreed personal terms with Pogba but the move didn’t happen simply due to United’s refusal.

It was understood the midfielder’s agent was attempting to secure a move away from Old Trafford to any other top European club.

Fans will certainly be displeased to hear, once again, that the former Juventus star may not be with the Red Devils for long.

According to Manchester Evening News, Paul said when asked if he was happy at the club: “There are things and there are things I cannot say otherwise I will get fined.”

“I always give my best for the fans, for the team-mates and for the people that trust me. With the players that we have, of course we’re Manchester United, we have to look at the top of the league.

“That’s obvious. I mean, Manchester United, we have to show on the pitch, we have to play well, we have to be focused and we need people to trust us.”

Whatever is really going on behind the scenes must be fixed as soon as possible to not affect the Red Devils’ season.

Jose Mourinho’s side already had enough problems heading into the new campaign and problems with star players are an unnecessary distraction.

Manchester United’s failure to secure top transfers during the summer could already see them struggle to win the Premier League.

Either way, the hope is Pogba can still continue to put in top performances regardless of how happy or unhappy he is.

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