Schmeichel calls on Man Utd fans to get behind Mourinho

Schmeichel calls on Man Utd fans to get behind Mourinho

There is nothing exactly wrong with Pogba, now a World Cup victor, wanting to leave for a club like Barcelona - especially at a time when United do not look like challenging for any serious silverware.

Pogba has failed to hit the heights that were expected of him, while his relationship with Jose Mourinho is extremely strained.

Watford's Abdoulaye Doucoure has described Paul Pogba as a "show off" and expects the Manchester United star to play an important role at Vicarage Road on Saturday.

Pogba's future at Old Trafford has been the subject of much speculation in recent weeks, with the midfielder said to be desperate to join Barcelona.

The Evening Standard claims Mourinho is ready to cut his losses with the 22-year-old, who became the most expensive teenager in world football when he signed from Monaco for £36m three years ago, and there is the possibility that Arsenal and Tottenham could go head-to-head for his signature.

"Neville the pundit on Pogba would say, 'He's a talented player but I want to see more consistency and leadership, '" he told The Times.

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"I feel well at Bayern".

The 25-year-old has endured putting up with Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho over the past year but has made a decision to calm his nerves with the United boss.

"If I was still in that dressing room giving personal advice it would be, 'Paul, it's obvious you want to play somewhere else but be professional".

"The owner in me would do what United are doing at the moment, saying he is not for sale".

Manchester United fans will be hoping Pogba will up his game after seeing Luke Shaw's transformation under Mourinho.

"They have to protect their asset but privately they might be doing a deal because they want to get their £90m back".

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