Manchester United's Paul Pogba throws fuel on the fire of discontent rumours

Sherman Parsons
September 7, 2018

With the winger wanting to leave and United boss Jose Mourinho seemingly happy to free up extra transfer funds through selling the France worldwide, a move before the transfer deadline seemed probable.

Belgium star Eden Hazard had been linked with a move to Real Madrid in the summer transfer window, but Chelsea teammate Marcos Alonso believes the playmaker will stay at Stamford Bridge.

Express Sport understands Pogba is keen on a return to Juventus, while Barcelona have also sniffed around him.

"We have to start to win the games and I think we played well, like we played first half against Spurs, I think we did well".

"Pogba's an elite player who's won everything", said the Uruguay global.

United have a gap of one week and this gives them the chance to work on different patterns of play and according to Smalling, this could well result in more goals in the upcoming fixtures.

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He told Sky Germany: "My future is now in Manchester".

The plane on Sunday was not first time fans have taken to the skies to voice their concerns or show support for their clubs. "But I think you've got to have a bit more respect for when they (people like Mourinho) have done the things they have done in the game".

Dyche said: "My respect for people like Jose is because I am a young manager, learning the game, and these people have done enormous amounts in the game, for the game".

"Within a football club you've all got to get on well together", he told ESPN FC.

The report claims that Martial will not make a call either way until it becomes clear whether Mourinho will be remaining in the dugout in a long-term capacity. The Hammers were booed off the pitch and Pellegrini, a former Premier League victor with Manchester City, faces a mammoth task to turn it around as the Londoners face Everton, Chelsea and Manchester United in their next three Premier League matches.

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