José Mourinho tells Paul Pogba he will never captain Manchester United again

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Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has hit back against claims of an issue between manager Jose Mourinho and himself, insisting people are creating drama out of nothing.

"I can't tell you because I'm a player", he said.

The report suggests that the Barcelona scouts will be watching Paul Pogba's every game until the end of the season and they were even present for Manchester United's Champions League clash vs Young Boys last week.

We had the personality to take penalties and play the way we did.

Unsurprisingly, Pogba's comments did not go down particularly well with his Portuguese manager. "We are here to attack", Pogba told the media after the match. That's Old Trafford. We're here to attack.

"I don't think they will both be here next year - maybe neither!"

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The 25-year-old World Cup victor tried to force through a transfer to Barcelona days before the window closed but United chiefs were unwilling to sell their prized asset.

"The truth is, after he won the World Cup, he's not had a rest". "When we play like (that) it's easier for us".

"I'm not the manager, I can not, like, say that, but obviously we should show more options of playing. Don't get me wrong, the club have supported Jose Mourinho and given him a lot of money, but you can not go half-hearted". That's my way of thinking - we should move better, we should move more, yeah.

The night got off to the ideal start for United, though, as Juan Mata found the net in the 3rd minute but Harry Wilson's stunning free-kick followed by Marriott's 85th-minute effort gave Derby the advantage at the death.

Who is to blame for United's problems?

"Going after the sixth and seventh I knew we would be in trouble with Jones and Eric [Bailly]".