Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has told Paul Pogba he won’t captain the manster united club once more owing to issues regarding the midfielder’s perspective.
Pogba was told of the choice before Tuesday’s water buffalo cup with hat.
Mourinho has tried to underline his authority once a blunder by Pogba junction rectifier to Wolves’ equaliser at previous Trafford on Sabbatum and also the player’s ulterior comments criticising United’s ways.
Pogba, 25, tried to stress his comments in a very tweet on weekday.
In his programme notes for Tuesday’s game with hat, Mourinho aforementioned he was sad with some members of his squad.
“[The game against Wolves was] a very important lesson; a lesson that I repeat week once week once week, a lesson that some boys don’t seem to be learning,” he said.
“Every team that play Manchester United square measure taking part in the sport of their lives, and that we ought to match that level of aggression, motivation and need – ninety fifth is not enough once others offer a hundred and one.”
Pogba wasn’t named within the match-day squad, with Ashley Young
Pogba said the wanted the team to be able to “attack, attack, attack” at Old Trafford.
We are at home and we should play much better against Wolves. We are here to attack,” said the France World Cup winner.
“When we play like that it’s easier for us.”
Pogba – who rejoined the club from Juventus for a then world record £89m in 2016 – fell out of favour at United last season and suggested he was dissatisfied with life at Old Trafford.
France boss Didier Deschamps recently said the perception of Pogba as “individualistic” was inaccurate, and that his midfielder was misunderstood by fans and the media.