"There are things and there are things I can not say otherwise I will get fined", he said.
Barcelona director Ariedo Braida expects Rafinha to remain at the Spanish club after Inter opted against making his loan move permanent.
Brown is intrigued by the midfielder's statement, but thinks he will let his football do the talking.
The relationship between Pogba and Mourinho is believed to have been strained for some months and the player himself suggested as much when he claimed he would be fined if he said what he wanted to after the Leicester match.
"With the players that we have, of course we're Manchester United, we have to look at the top of the league".
"I don't think we're going to move for Pogba, but he's a great player", he said to Radio Sportiva (quotes c/o MEN).
The Red Devils boss was left to reflect on a frustrating transfer window as the most recent deadline passed, with Old Trafford welcoming just three fresh faces through its doors.
Laurent Koscielny named Arsenal's main captain by head coach Unai Emery
Emery's decision to appoint five captains is all part of his desire to change the way Arsenal work after he succeeded Wenger in the summer.
"I did watch it, it was a bit boring at times, but that is what you become accustomed to with Mourinho".
Tottenham's Toby Alderweireld and Bayern Munich's Jerome Boateng were both wanted by Mourinho, but United's executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward was unable to strike a deal for either player.
The meeting at Old Trafford between the two rivals takes place at the end of February. His teams are not married to one particular style of play, which is why the Real Madrid job fit him like a glove.
"So Jose Mourinho has had to get out of the club seven, eight, nine, 10 players, and then get them in".
Despite finishing 19 points behind Manchester City, Mourinho is adamant that last season's second-placed finish in the Premier League should be considered as one of his "biggest achievements".
"It's good if you can boost any position, because it's good to challenge for positions, it makes you play better and gets the best out of the players". These football days are taking place across the United Kingdom this summer, giving thousands of children the chance to enjoy the game.