Former Manchester United men Mike Phelan and Gary Neville have publicly responded to Paul Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola following his comments.
The Frenchman’s future is up in the air once again due to the recent ongoings with different reports claiming different things.
It was said Pogba was left unhappy by Jose Mourinho’s comments following his World Cup win with France.
The Portuguese manager since stated he couldn’t be happier with the player but the midfielder responded by saying he can’t speak freely or else he’ll be fined.
Raiola then stirred things up once more by ironically asking Paul Scholes to become the United director of football so he could sell the former Juventus man.
There was a time when a players ability, consistency, attitude, record and application generated transfer activity
— Mike Phelan (@Mike_Phelan_1) August 21, 2018
It definitely has reached the stage where Paul has to make a decision on his agent since it’s seemingly harming his status at the club.
The Red Devils still have another three years on his contract and can easily hold him hostage for the best years of his career if they wished.
If Mino continues to make the situation worse it will definitely reach a boiling point and Pogba’s statements on how much he loves the club continue to decrease less and less in value.