Paul Pogba slams Manchester United’s ‘disrespectful’ display at Everton

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Sticking with Manchester United, and Paul Pogba's rumoured move to Real Madrid may have hit a snag due to wage demands, the Mirror reports.

Zaha wants to play Champions League football but that might not be possible with London club Crystal Palace.

Manchester United were humbled 4-0 at Everton on Sunday afternoon in one of their worst displays in quite some time, and after the match their fans took to social media to criticise a senior figure on the day. For all the talk that the Frenchman is inconsistent, fails to turn up in big games and relies too much on having exactly the right personnel around him in order to be at his best, there's no doubting the 26-year-old's talent. Everton lost to a weak side while Manchester United were eliminated from the Champions League.

"I don't think any manager you ask would be in favour of that amount of change anyway". "It doesn't look like United. what was the score today? 3-0? 4-0? We know that and apologise again to fans".

Marcus Rashford went close on what would be a rare attack for United when he fired over after collecting a ball over the top of the home defence but Everton broke away nine minutes later and Sigurdsson drilled an excellent shot into the bottom corner from 30 yards.

In a sporting contest, you can not suggest that the situation facing Liverpool is unfair, but it is certainly unfortunate because it is hard to pinpoint a weakness in Klopp's team.

Pogba played all 90 minutes of the defeat, United's fifth straight loss on the road, and the Frenchman conceded "everything went wrong" as they look to bounce back when hosting rivals City at Old Trafford.

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"We just didn't perform".

"[City] know they have to be ideal as well".

"I said last week, there's no place you can hide on the pitch but it was 85 minutess before we got a strike on target which is not good enough and we know that".

Yes, City have to be to flawless because this is a season when being nearly ideal will not be enough.

The club triggered a one-year extension on Pereira's contract last month, but that was likely only to ensure the 23-year-old can not leave on a free this summer rather than a vote of confidence in his abilities.

But these City and Liverpool teams may ultimately be contesting the best title race in history. If anyone stepped out of bounds, they wouldn't stay here long.