Mundo Deportivo claim Pogba, who is contracted to United until June 2021, wants to leave Old Trafford this summer because of a strained relationship with coach Jose Mourinho. This is what the world champion has decided, according to information from RMC Sport, revealed in the new offer launched this Friday on SFR Press.
When asked if he is happy at the club, the midfielder gave a cryptic answer, saying he would get fined if he opened up about his feelings at the club.
Cryptically, Pogba followed up with "There are things that I can not say otherwise I will get fined".
"It's good if you can boost any position, because it's good to challenge for positions, it makes you play better and gets the best out of the players".
Several factors, including the success of Txiki Begiristain at rivals Manchester City as well as a turbulent summer transfer window amid murmurings of discontent between chairman Ed Woodward and manager Jose Mourinho, are said to be reasons behind the move.More news: Trump Thanks Kanye West For Sticking Up For Him On 'Jimmy Kimmel'
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Mourinho even warned, as the window drew to a close, the club was is in for a hard season if no more deals came over the line.
Meanwhile, Mourinho was frustrated at the club's failure to bring in extra defensive bodies ahead of the transfer deadline.
"If you'd have said to me six years ago that Manchester United were the title winners and then would spend £700m in the next few years, I would have said that they would have won multiple titles. And wearing this, it's even more because of the past, because of the players that played here, the people that have been wearing this".
Shaw emerged as a promising prospect at Southampton and enjoyed two strong seasons with Saints in the Premier League before joining United in 2014 for £35million, making him the most expensive teenager ever at the time.
"Forget the name, the history, the shirt, every match is hard".