Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba will sort out differences — Dimitar Berbatov Exclusive

Doug Mendoza
August 18, 2018

Mourinho is still under contract at Manchester United and will continue as manager for the foreseeable future. "That's all I'll say".

Their latest row appears to have stemmed from comments Pogba specifically made in the wake of United's 2-1 win over Leicester on the opening day of the season.

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"He never had a fight with me".

A furious Mourinho told Pogba he did not appreciate those comments and added, "If you wish to leave Manchester, again, all you have to do is ask for a transfer". "We never had a heated or a change of words, everything is respected, I have no problems at all".

The Daily Mail says Pogba is prepared to wait until January or even next summer to secure his move to Barcelona and even if he manages to fix his relationship with Mourinho over the coming months, the midfielder will still push for a move as he's desperate to play in Spain.

But with the transfer deadline on Friday evening, Mourinho now expects the full-back to stay despite links to Napoli, Inter Milan and Juventus.

"I don't care", Mourinho said.

"I think good three points, good victory, tomorrow morning training and free Sunday deserved".

"Marcus Rashford was in trouble but he played, Pogba was a monster, we thought maximum 60 minutes but he managed the 80 and then Lukaku and Fellaini available to help the team".

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