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New details emerge about explosive Paul Pogba interview which may provide Man United some comfort

The explosive Mino Raiola interview on Paul Pogba’s Manchester United future was actually conducted LAST WEEK, reports BBC reporter Simon Stone.

As reported by Sky Sports on the eve of Manchester United’s Champions League clash with RB Leipzig, Mino Raiola revealed that Pogba was not happy at Old Trafford and desired a move away from Old Trafford in order to spread his wings.

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With those comments coming out the night before Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side’s biggest game of the season to date, it wasn’t a good look for Raiola, Pogba or their intentions in this saga.

However, Simon Stone has now offered some comfort to Man United fans by revealing that Raiola’s comments were actually made last week, but only released by Tuttosport on Monday.

For context, it suggests that Pogba’s impact in Man United’s comeback against West Ham could have been after Raiola had told Tuttosport that the Frenchman wanted to leave the club.

But, more significantly, it wasn’t intentionally said the night before a game of that magnitude. Whether Solskjaer will give a monkeys about that, or it will change little from his perspective, is something only he knows.

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2 Comments

  1. Geoffrey Wavamunno says:

    I don’t care.The earlier Ole and co realise that they can’t build a winning team around and with negative impact causing pogba the better for all. Other wise they are rather working so hard for their down fall.I particularly want to advise ole that if he wants to retain his legacy and Job at MAN United he better burries the hatchet and distance pogba away from the team or else it is affecting the players committed to the club and its success rather than the individualistic pogba company. Ole should stop seeming to be weak; that’s not a characteristic of a leader taking a group to success.

    1. Eugene Crispin Cox says:

      Truely agree. In the long run, it`s gonna affect the others who are committed to the club.

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