Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has clarified that he has not issues with manager Jose Mourinho unlike stated in the media in recent months.
The France international has been either subbed or left out of the starting lineup in nine of his previous 15 appearances and this has recently spread speculation over his future.
However, speaking on Canal +, Pogba appeared to dismiss the rumours by saying: “For now I’m at Manchester United, I really only think about the present. Transfers are not in my head. You know, if I listened to everyone, I would be everywhere.
“I do not have any problem with Mourinho. I do not think he has [a problem], either. He’s the coach, he’s going to make choices and I, as a player, I accept him. That is all.”
Pogba had experienced a poor month of March where he found himself behind young Scott McTominay in the pecking order but since the international break, he has been a regular in the first XI.
The Frenchman has contributed two goals and two assists in his last four appearances for the club, and his only poor performance during this period has come against West Brom where the entire team failed to show up in a 1-0 defeat at Old Trafford.