Manchester United Star Paul Pogba Sparks Further Talk Of Jose Mourinho Row With Instagram Post After 2-1 Win Over Leicester

 Paul Pogba has sparked further talk of a feud with Jose Mourinho on Instagram

Manchester United star Paul Pogba has sparked further talk of a feud with Jose Mourinho… with an Instagram post following the 2-1 win over Leicester.

The World Cup winner, 25, scored from the spot in the Premier League curtain-raiser – with Luke Shaw also scoring in the narrow victory.

But after the game, Pogba seemed to hint there was trouble brewing behind the scenes at Old Trafford.

Pogba took to Instagram to post a picture of him celebrating his goal, captioned: “I’ll always give my best to the fans and my team-mates no matter what’s going on. #pogfeelings”

The France star has been linked with a move to Barcelona – or even back to Juventus – this summer, with agent Mino Raiola said to be pushing for a deal.

Reports suggest Pogba is angling towards a move away from Old Trafford this summer with Barca leading the race, with the transfer window in Europe open until the end of the month.

 Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho have not seen eye-to-eye in recent months

One of the key reasons is his lack of love for boss Mourinho, who has time and time again bemoaned the performances of his stars, including Pogba.

However, Pogba – captain for the night against Leicester – last night hinted he would stay to win the Premier League.

Pogba said: “I want to win the Premier League and the Champions League. The World Cup is history. I am someone who likes challenges.

“You have to keep trying to improve. I am 25 and I want to win trophies.”


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