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Paul Pogba opens his own exit door: He does not want to continue at Manchester United and shows it on the pitch

Paul Pogba gave Manchester United a lot, but those days are over. It is that, it falls of mature that the French does not want to continue in the Red Devils, and already makes it known with certain attitudes.

Paul Pogba
Paul Pogba

A Manchester United legend, such as former midfielder Paul Scholes, harshly criticized the team where he knew how to shine years ago and took it especially against Paul Pogba, whom he asked "never to play for United again" for being disrespectful. Scholes had already predicted that the team would lose this classic against Liverpool, days ago.

"I think we all knew how difficult it was going to be, but I think the coach got caught up in the excitement of the comeback against Atalanta last Wednesday night." We kept coming back to that game, but we were never going to do that. against Liverpool, they have too much quality". After that, Scholes focused on the Frenchman.

"Paul Pogba comes on the court at halftime to try to help the team and maybe get a little respectability, he tries to stand on the ball, he tries to show how strong he is in the middle of the court ... And then he gets sent off With a ridiculous inning, you are now 5-0 down with 10 men. You would have to think, if Ole continues to coach there, will we ever see Pogba in the United jersey again?".

"Pogba has caused chaos in recent years. Everyone knows the talent he has, everyone trusts him, all the coaches trust him, they tried to give him head and let him be the player he has been. But with all the commotion, he still hasn't signed his contract, holding the club in his hands, and then he comes in and does something like that". Pogba is in negotiations to extend his contract, although he is not insured. Many ask him to leave, like Scholes.

Alexis Almosnino

Digital Sports Journalist received at the university Tea & Deportea in 2016. Specialized in graphic media.+ info

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