Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho and his star midfielder Paul Pogba’s relationship continues to worsen, with reports surfacing today suggesting the pair are no longer on speaking terms.
According to reports in the Sun things have become so bad between the pair that United’s record signing is now communicating with his manager via coach Rui Faria.
Pogba has been in poor form as of late and has been at odds with his manager over his lack of tactical discipline, something Mourinho has always demanded from his players.
The France international was benched for his sides biggest game of the season when the Red Devils lost 2-1 at Old Trafford in the Champions League semi-final against Sevilla.
The relationship between the pair is said to have hit rock bottom, and there are serious doubts as to whether the pair can resolve their differences and work together in the future.
Mourinho however, is said to have the full backing of United’s CEO Ed Woodward and as we reported earlier the club are considering selling Pogba in order to fund a spending spree aimed at bringing the Premier League title back to Old Trafford.
The 25-year-old’s agent Mino Raiola is said to be sounding out Europe’s top clubs in a bid to find his client a new home.
Pogba is clearly unhappy at Old Trafford, although selling him after smashing the world transfer record to resign him from Juventus, after allowing him to leave for free as a teenager, would surely be seen as a massive embarrassment for the club.