While attempting to play down talk of a rift between himself and the France global, Mourinho did reveal that Pogba is well aware of why he was stripped of the vice-captaincy, although he wouldn't disclose those details to the public.
Pogba has cost the club a lot of money but they can recoup that and it would be best if they parted ways and he started afresh somewhere else and United try to sign a midfielder more suited to the Premier League.
"Nobody trained better than him, some trained as well, and tomorrow he plays, so end of the story".
A former player even believes that Marcus Rashford is the only young player at the club with the frame of mind to have a young and prosperous career at Old Trafford. "Manchester United is bigger than anyone and I have to defend that".More news: Thai universities drop in world rankings
I am really happy with his work this week. The team needs good players.
Groves thinks that the United board would rather get more out of the players now at the club than with their under-fire manager.
According to the Manchester Evening News, the United squad is completely split over 'dressing room egos'.
And that's why the relationship between Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba seems to be broken down permanently, with the result that the only way out of this is for one of them to leave, and that will be Pogba. What confrontation? It's not a confrontation. "Disruptive? I think for you it was unbelievable because you made a story, an incredible story out of 15 minutes of an open training session".More news: Eden Hazard enjoying life under new manager Maurizio Sarri
If Pogba came out and played really well for six months, Mourinho couldn't say anything or have a go at him or try to offload him. "It was not the case but loud criticism, loud instruction happens every day".
And a storm has enveloped the "Theatre of Dreams" in the aftermath with the ongoing dispute between Mourinho and Paul Pogba once again hogging the headlines.
He had criticised Mourinho's defensive tactics following the 1-1 draw with Wolves at Old Trafford, preferring that they should have been more offensive.
Former Tottenham midfielder Mason insists he would be surprised if Mourinho and Pogba are at Old Trafford together next season, and says this issue could be risky for the club in the long run. When asked to explain his decision on Friday, the United boss said: "I explained in detail to the people that have to know, which is the squad and especially Paul".More news: India vs Bangladesh on September 28