Barcelona refuse to rule out signing Paul Pogba from Manchester United

Lynette Rowe
August 14, 2018

"With Man United, you just feel how long will Mourinho last?"

Pogba, who scored in United's season-opening win against Leicester on Friday as captain, is reported to have told of his desire to leave Old Trafford amid speculation of a strained relationship with boss Jose Mourinho.

World Cup victor Pogba was rumoured to have been pushing for an Old Trafford exit in the lead up to transfer deadline day.

It was a memorable night for World Cup victor, Paul Pogba.

The 25-year-old has grown unhappy with life at Old Trafford, according to the Daily Mail, and now wants to move to Spain to play for La Liga giants Barca.

"There are things I can not say otherwise I will get fined." he said via BBC. I do not say it for this player [Pogba].

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Barcelona director Ariedo Braida has said the club are unlikely to try and sign Manchester United's Paul Pogba this month with Rafinha set to stay at the Camp Nou for now.

"There are things and there are things that I can not say otherwise I will get fined", Pogba told the British press after the Leicester match in a rare occasion he has stopped to speak with them.

"Having the armband, it's not like "oh, I will show that I am a real captain and have to do extra work".

"I know Ashley Young is playing there but Shaw must be looking at that and thinking the space is still there to jump into".

Jamie Jackson's story in the Guardian claims that the United board are now ready to restructure behind the scenes, and want to appoint a figure that can give the club continuity in the facing of ever-shortening managerial reigns. I came in the academy, I grew up.

"I actually like the signings Jose Mourinho has made, they're more along the lines of the players I'd like to see at this football club". "And wearing this, it's even more because of the past, because of the players that played here, the people that have been wearing this".

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