Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho and midfielder Paul Pogba haven’t enjoyed the best of relationships since last season.
From training ground bust-up reports to Pogba being dropped to the bench in Champions League matches, there have been feelings of unrest between the two.
Barcelona reportedly bid for the midfielder in the summer, which was rejected by United. Paul also went on to claim that one cannot give his best if he is mentally not up to the mark.
But now, things are said to have eased out between the two personalities, with Pogba claiming recently that he always gives his best irrespective of the manager.
Former Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov has joined the Pogba-Mourinho discussion, and feels that both are grown men, and they will deal with the situation.
According to a report in Betfair, the former Red Devils striker’ feels neither of the duo should leave the club, and instead, just work together.
“Neither of them should go, it’s all just speculation and it’s not helping. The focus needs to change to football there,” the decorated striker stated.
Berba then added: “At a big club there are always going to be issues and you will always have players with big egos who want to win.
“Sometimes, this can create friction between the players or with the manager, but it’s normal in football clubs, especially a big successful club.”