Published: Fri, September 28, 2018
Sport | By Tony Jimenez

Jamie Carragher opens up about Paul Pogba Man United situation

Jamie Carragher opens up about Paul Pogba Man United situation

"If he tells him that he's upsetting the dressing room and still not playing at the level he should be, then he needs to back the manager and let him go".

His very public falling out with record signing Pogba took another ugly twist on Wednesday as footage from training at Carrington showed the pair starting the day with a very frosty exchange.

United are enduring a hard moment with Pogba, given the poor relationship between him and manager Jose Mourinho.

However, matters have escalated in recent weeks, with Pogba criticising the team's style of play, saying they should "attack, attack, attack", especially at home, and Mourinho taking umbrage at the player posting an Instagram video of himself in a jovial mood on the night of the Carabao Cup defeat against Derby County.

Pogba and Mourinho's relationship appears to have hit breaking point, with the Red Devils boss confirming this week that the midfielder had been removed as the club's vice-captain.

Speaking on Sky Sports he added: "No fallout at all, no problem at all, just a decision that I don't have to explain".

Pogba had criticised the tactical approach of the coach in the game against Wolves that ended with a 1-1 draw.

Ince, part of Ferguson's 1993 and 1994 title winning teams, said there was "no way that Man United can compete with Liverpool or Man City, or even win trophies, when they've got situations like this happening in the club".

"Another question is, should he be getting more out of a £90m player?" We are here to attack.

Change is never an easy thing to handle, particularly so for football players.

French star Anthony Martial was one of the players who had a fall out with Jose Mourinho following the crisis that occurred in the tour of the United States.

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