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‘Bla bla is not important’ Pogba hits back at critics

Sun 13 December 2020 | 10:01

Red Devils star has expressed his loyalty to the club after the controversy caused by his agent.

Paul Pogba

’s agent

Mino Raiola

caused controversy last week when he claimed that his client’s time at Old-Trafford is over and a possible transfer would take place before the contract expiration in 2022. Pogba was used as a sub in

Manchester United

’s Champions League game against Leipzig and managed to score a goal but it was not enough for Solskjaer’s team to stay at the competition. In a post-match interview

Solskjaer

responded to Raiola’s comments:

“As soon as Paul’s agent realises this is a team sport and we work together the better,"

Pogba was also used in his team’s 0-0 draw against Manchester City on Saturday and after the match spoke about the recent controversy surrounding his situation at Old-Trafford.

 "I’ve always fought and will always fight for Manchester United, my team-mates and the fans," Pogba said. "Bla bla is not important. The future is far, today is what matters and I am 1000% involved!

"Always strong together.. all has been clear between the club and myself and that will never change. When you don’t know what’s going on inside don’t talk."

The player’s manager has been criticized for his comments by Former United forward

Louis Saha

who believes that making these comments before the crucial matches will hurt the team as a whole.

"I’m baffled with the situation with Paul Pogba,"

Saha told 

Genting Bet. "I really love Pogba, he’s someone I consider highly, but this communication is a joke.

"I was shocked and I can't believe something like this happened because this game was so important for United. 

"I’m not speaking as a fan, I’m speaking about Manchester United in general, you think that it’s a big game, going into the last 16. You need that focus, but the focus was on one player.

"This is unbelievable, the headlines were about Pogba because of the agent – it wasn’t even Pogba who said anything."


source: SportMob