Manchester United fans were certainly concerned with Paul Pogba’s performance in the dire loss to West Ham.
The Frenchman started the fixture and unfortunately couldn’t lead his side to a win.
United dropped all three points away from home in the 3-1 loss but it wasn’t Pogba who was all to blame.
Many of the players weren’t up to grade but the midfielder was also responsible for some passages of play.
It was an opportunity for him to prove to Jose Mourinho he is captain material but he couldn’t take advantage.
Paul Pogba for France vs Paul Pogba for Manchester United. pic.twitter.com/aQyvaUbJh0
— 👑 DaddyMO 👑 🚀♠️ (@officialdaddymo) September 29, 2018
Pogba playing shit to get mourinho the sack is funny but it will be pogba that goes. He’s only ruining his signing on fee 😂🤷🏻♂️
— DAN DAN DAN DAN DAN DAN DAN (@dankthemanc) September 29, 2018
Aye @paulpogba this is your fault
— Ravishing Rick Rude (@BLACK_GATSBY) September 29, 2018
This is exactly the way Chelsea played when Mourihno lost the dressing room. Pogba and Martial are pathetic #WHUMUN
— fufu (@fufu91583703) September 29, 2018
It probably isn’t a good thing when the only thing your system does is get the best out of Fellaini.
Pogba, Lukaku, Martial just seem lost. It’s only when United are chasing the game and start lumping it in to Fellaini that they start to look dangerous. Not good.
— EiF (@EiFSoccer) September 29, 2018
— Nathan Butterworth (@nathantoothy90) September 29, 2018
It wasn’t necessarily a terrible performance but it wasn’t a good one either with most fans looking to him to lead the way.
Things have continued to go downhill for Manchester United so there’s no surprise to hear Paul wants out.
The bad news is if he ends up staying, the midfielder would’ve already ruined his relationship with the fans.
United can’t afford to let a player of his calibre go but there’s no doubt he can’t think of himself as bigger than the club either.
People have the seen the potential he has and were reminded of it as he was outstanding for France over the summer but can he still salvage his career at Old Trafford?