Carlos Carvalhal: Manchester United's Jose Mourinho likes to fight with people


Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho reportedly has no concerns over player power forcing him out of the club despite his recent treatment of Luke Shaw and Paul Pogba.

Pogba returned to Old Trafford from Juventus in 2016, with huge expectations following his a trophy-laden stint in Serie A but the France global has struggled to make a notable impact.

"That's what I've got to say about it".

Pogba has come in for criticism recently and has not started United's last three games, with Mourinho picking Scott McTominay and Marouane Fellaini instead. As a kid you have more to develop but until the end of your career you have things to learn and things to adapt.

A report from the Sun emerged on Saturday night suggesting that their relationship had hit rock bottom, to the point where the Frenchman is communicating with his boss through assistant Rui Faria and backroom staff.

The Red Devils were keen to snap him up last summer yet the player ultimately chose to stay put.

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Drogba, however, sees it quite differently.

But Drogba, who won three Premier League titles under the Portuguese manager during his glittering Chelsea career, does not think the relationship with Pogba is beyond fix.

He explained: 'It was heated between us a couple of times, but Jose will never attack people he doesn't like. "That's why he's given him a lot of responsibilities".

Mourinho is planning to spend big this summer and believes Pogba's sale will open up room for incoming star signings at the club as he is ready to challenge for at least one major trophy next season.

Now, France manager Didier Deschamps has said he is going to sit down with Pogba and discuss his problems at club level. We know that when he is at 100%, he is one of the best players in the world.