Not Giving In: Paul Pogba Tells His Teammates He Won’t Back Down

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Paul Pogba vs Jose Mourinho is currently, without doubt, the most talked-about controversy in football at present. The player and manager have both gone public with their criticism of one another, and things seem to be getting uglier with each passing day.

The French midfielder claimed that United should be playing attacking football all the time, and indirectly blamed Mourinho for the same not happening. In return, the manager vowed to never make the player his team captain ever again.

As per the recent reports by Mirror, the battle is very likely to go on for a long while, as the World Cup winner has told his teammates he will not be giving in any time soon.

The Manchester United talisman has attracted the attention of the worldwide media, and he intends to use this platform to tilt the argument in this favour.

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However, if things do not go to whatever plan he has in mind and the conflict still remains, Pogba then wouldn’t hesitate to secure a departure from the Theatre of Dreams.

Teams like Barcelona, along with some other big boys, look eager to snatch the big man, and with Mino Raiola being the agent, a high profile move is always around the corner.

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Manchester United are currently enduring a horrendous run of form, and Mourinho’s job looks in more danger than ever. Zinedine Zidane is rumoured to be holding talks with the club, and as of now, it is Pogba who is winning the debate.

The fans are worried, many divided on whom to support, but change is definitely needed, and it is needed now.