French midfielder Paul Pogba seems to be in a difficult moment at Manchester United. The player did not "chew" well the fact that he was not part of the starting lineup against Liverpool, and the 5-0 loss only made things worse.
It was Pogba who lost the ball in the action where Liverpool scored the 5th goal, and as if that was not enough, the midfielder was later punished with a red card, after aggressive intervention against Naby Keita. The Frenchman apologized to his teammates after the match, but did not communicate with coach Solskjaer, who reportedly lost the support of important players in the locker rooms.
Due to the situation, the 28-year-old has stopped all talks for contract renewal with the "Red Devils". The player's contract with United expires next summer, which means the player can leave the club at zero cost. It seems that Pogba is suffering the "punishment" of Solskjaer, after the comments that the footballer made after the 4-2 loss against Leicester. Paul said:
"We have had such appearances for a long time. We did not find the problem, we are conceding goals very easily. We need to be more mature, show more experience, and play with arrogance, in the best sense of the word. We have to find something, we have to change. "
Former Red Devils coach Jose Mourinho also had an often strained relationship with the Frenchman. This is thought to have contributed to his dismissal.
While in these moments, it is Solskjaer who has lost the trust of many of his players, making the future of the Norwegian at the top of the United bench, be in the thread. According to English portals, the board has left Solskjaer as a deadline, United's next 3 games, to show that he deserves to be at the helm of the team.