Manchester United ace Paul Pogba: 'There will always be rumours'

Sharpe celebrates United's 1991 UEFA Cup Winners Cup win with Mike Phelan and Bryan Robson

Sharpe celebrates United’s 1991 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup win with Mike Phelan and Bryan Robson

Jose Mourinho's recent record has proved time and again that he has lost his charm to turn around the fortunes of a club - let alone as big a club as Manchester United. Pogba has generated doubts over his United future since the summer and it is suggested that he could pursue a return to Turin at the turn of the year.

Many of the Barcelona players have publicaly called on Pogba to join the club.

Adding to their crisis has been the Paul Pogba show with the Frenchman apparently having a fractious relationship with Mourinho and has not ruled out a move away from Old Trafford.

"I think Paul Pogba is the person who could just really blast this out of the water by playing well".

Regardless of the speculation, Pogba remains a United player at present and he is now preparing to return for club duty after featuring for France in the Nations League games against Germany and the Netherlands respectively.

The 24-year-old is one of the hottest prospects in world football and United are reportedly willing to pay over £100 million to bring him to Old Trafford.

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On his relationship with his manager Jose Mourinho, the former Juventus player said that he has a coach-player relationship, "We have a coach-player relationship, it's like that". As long as you see me not wearing a Barcelona shirt, it's because I am at Man United.

'They will win things, I know they will.

This weekend the worldwide break brought the opportunity for a much-needed rest, and Mourinho took full advantage by going to see his stars - David De Gea and co. - in action at Wembley stadium.

The buck does not stop with the manager anymore - Mourinho admitted that himself at the start of the season when, unhappy that the club failed to secure all of his summer targets, he claimed: "I'm now a coach, not a manager".

"I joke about Manchester City but they are playing great football".

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