Published: Wed, August 15, 2018
Sport | By Fredrick Flores

Barcelona refuse to rule out signing Paul Pogba from Manchester United

Barcelona refuse to rule out signing Paul Pogba from Manchester United

"He should have given Pogba a public message of congratulations after winning the biggest prize in football and thanking his lucky stars that he was lucky to be working with one of the best midfielders in the world once again this season".

"The problem was last season a lot of the defenders were injured, he had to swap and change a lot", the 38-year-old added.

Manchester United beat Leicester City 2-1 Friday night in spite of all the drama that now surrounds the club.

FC Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu has not ruled out a late move for the club to sign Manchester United's French global midfielder Paul Pogba.

It's been widely claimed for quite some time that Pogba doesn't get along with Jose Mourinho, who made comments after the victory that appear to verify some tension between the club manager and CEO Ed Woodward.

"I think Pogba did well the other day, he had a great World Cup obviously".

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Asked about Pogba after Barcelona's 2-1 Super Cup win against Sevilla, President Josep Maria Bartomeu said: "I won't speak of any names, we have respect for all clubs and there are 20 days left".

Manchester United were looking to get in a centre-back during the closing stage of the Premier League transfer window, but came up short.

Paul Pogba's post-match comments following the club's win are causing concern among fans as rumours continue to swirl surrounding his future.

Despite the speculation, Braida said his side are unlikely to make a play for the midfielder.

Piercing through any sense of satisfaction on an opening day win, Pogba chose to use his post-comments to say, "If you're not happy, you can not give your best". "That is the way I think football is going", said Mourinho in an interview with Sky Sports.

While that's a denial, however, it's hardly a definitive one, and there might be time for this story to develop more before the window for sales to foreign clubs closes at the end of August.

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