What Paul Pogba And Jose Mourinho’s Frosty Exchange Was Over

What Paul Pogba And Jose Mourinho’s Frosty Exchange Was Over

SPORTbible 11 minutes ago 0  Shares What Paul Pogba And Jose Mourinho’s Frosty Exchange Was Over Wed Sep 26 2018 19:46:27 GMT+0100 (BST) Wed Sep 26 2018 19:56:07 GMT+0100 (BST) Josh Lawless Josh Lawless in  Football Powered by Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho's heated interaction has been the talk of the town – and…

What Paul Pogba And Jose Mourinho's Frosty Exchange Was Over

Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho’s heated interaction has been the talk of the town – and it’s now emerged what it was all over.

Many people could hear Mourinho say “Paul, get out.” between 0:25 and 0:29 seconds in the awkward training clip and some also reckon he said “take Paul home” or words to that effect.

ButSky Sportsalso say that Mourinho has annoyed by Pogba’s Instagram story last night and he can be heard asking United press John Allen officer when the post was made.

The Instagram post in question has since been deleted by Pogba but it showed him messing around with teammates Luke Shaw and Andreas Pereira in the stands at Old Trafford

It was posted after United crashed out of the Carabao Cup on penalties to Derby County, but appeared to have been filmed during the game. Clearly, Mourinho wanted to know whether it was posted when United were losing.

After Pogba’s comments about United needing to attack more following on from the disappointing draw with Wolves, multiple reports emerged saying that the World Cup winner and Mourinho had fell out – and that he would never captain the side again.

Mourinho gave his take on the situation with Pogba and the captaincy at United in a post-match interview last night and gave a rather odd response.

Image: PA
Image: PA

“The only truth is that I made the decision of Paul not to be the second captain anymore,” he toldSky Sports.

“But no fall-out. No problems at all. The same person that decides Paul is not second captain anymore was exactly the same person that decides that Paul was the second captain, myself.”

Pogba has yet to give his side of the story but of course he posted something rather cryptic on his Instagram, after today’s training session.

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