Jose Mourinho set to be grilled on Paul Pogba fallout today

Nothing's Changed At Man Utd – Former Liverpool Star Unsure How Long Jose Mourinho Will Last

"Red Devils" boss Jose Mourinho said Pogba put in a "monster performance" as the Frenchman led them to a 2-1 victory.

Manchester United have reportedly rubbished suggestions that first-team boss Jose Mourinho and midfielder Paul Pogba were involved in a heated argument earlier this week.

The same article states that Manchester United are "incensed" with the false reports and have underlined that Mourinho and Pogba share a positive relationship.

United manager Jose Mourinho has expressed his frustration over the club's transfer activity on multiple occasions, with goalkeeper Lee Grant, midfielder Fred and defender Diogo Dalot the only new arrivals ahead of this season.

United's denial will of course do little to stop the constant barrage of Pogba and Mourinho related headlines within certain sections of the media.

"I don't think he will go and he can not have any bad feeling towards us because we opened the door for him in case his desire was to go", he said. I would like to see him more in the attacking sense and having that insurance behind him. It came to a head when he was left out of the line-up for both legs of the Champions League last-16 defeat by Sevilla.

United have failed to win the Premier League title since the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013.

"I develop the scouting team and its structure". United's manager is said to have berated Pogba during a heated 20-minute meeting in his office. Normally, I build teams by using five players with experience and combining these with big talents who also have the potential to develop inside the club for its future. United fans do not want to lose Shaw either because they can see his potential, but he needs to show more than that this season.

The question remains: who would take over at Old Trafford?Well, one man in particular has been linked with the post and today's reports have only added more fuel to the fire.

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