Paul Pogba 'tells Man Utd teammates he wants to leave'

Paul Pogba 'tells Man Utd teammates he wants to leave'

After watching a pre-recorded interview with Paul Pogba, in which the Frenchman spoke animatedly about the requirements of pride, effort and responsibility inherent in a professional footballer's job description, United's most successful ever captain was asked whether he believed what he was hearing.

Pogba retained his place in a team featuring five changes from the XI thrashed 4-0 at Everton on Sunday in the Premier League.

Pogba has endured an up-and-down season, having been out of the United team during Jose Mourinho's final matches in charge before playing a starring role under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

The fiery Irishman was on the Sky Sports panel for the Manchester derby on Wednesday night and went to town on United's most expensive player.

I'm always intrigued by comments after games when they say, "we'll be up for the next game". "You don't get exhausted with half an hour or more to go".

Sportsmail revealed that De Gea was said to be close to tears after the game and only slightly better at Carrington on Thursday.

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Pogba, who won four consecutive Serie A titles at Juventus, was instrumental in France's march to glory at last year's World Cup and Keane does not dispute his talent.

"The guy is a talented boy, but we're saying the same thing over and over again".

"I think his agent's into him".

"The problem is if a player doesn't want to be at a club and he has the influence that I think he has in the dressing room, I think the likes of [Jesse] Lingard, [Marcus] Rashford, [Anthony] Martial, I think they do come off him".

"These are the same players that threw Mourinho under the bus and they'll do exactly the same to Ole", Keane said. I don't know what he's like on the training ground or when they're travelling, but from what I see. You need to run back when you are defending. He's talking about body language, throwing his arms up in the air.

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