Paul Pogba describes first season back at Man Utd as 'complicated'

Pogba joined United before last season for a world record transfer fee of 89.3 million pounds, and the price tag has led to him being scrutinised. but Mourinho has stood up for the French worldwide on multiple occasions.

But with a full pre-season programme lined up for next term things could be different for the 24-year-old. It's impossible to teach football, all I can do is teach how to think.

One of few to really impress during Louis van Gaal's underwhelming final campaign at Old Trafford, the following season went awry for the defender. "I don't think he knew the full picture then and once it was cleared up it was all good". It's true that the results weren't as positive as we'd wished, but we reached our goals.

The Manchester United boss has stayed in the luxury hotel since his arrival last summer and is pencilled in for the whole of next season, too.

Pogba told Sky Sports: "My first season back here in Manchester was good, but quite complicated". "Sometimes he does some extreme things. It is hard but I'm definitely changing and I feel myself getting stronger and more energetic from playing games each week".

"We had never trained it before but it worked out well".

Despite 11 assists and three goals in 27 Premier League appearances, he was flogged to PSG for £44m a year later.

"When I'm sitting down with the manager and the medical staff, we set out a timeline and then we try to shave it and push and push", Smalling said. Personally, he welcomed me. He trusted and defended me. "That's all a player needs", Pogba added.

"I found a sad club here", he said.

'He knows my character, he knows what type of player I am'. Yesterday the club announced their squad list and the big man wasn't part of it. Zlatan is presently out injured and will miss the early part of next season and many believe this is the main reason for the club's decision. You just keep playing until physically you can't and that was the story with the break.

"To be honest, I don't think any player is ever 100 percent".

The same article states that there is friction between Manchester United and Real Madrid over the latter's former pursuit of David de Gea.

  • Jo Lloyd