Reports from the Sun states that Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has lost his faith in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as their new manager.
The World Cup winner is reported to be “tearing the dressing room apart” making claims that the English club is yet to make any progress since his last time before he joined Juventus seven years ago, and also told teammates he’ll be leaving in the summer.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was appointed as the Red Devils’ permanent manager last month due to his first few games with the club but Pogba has thrown a question if he was the right man for the Managerial role.
The Frenchman agent Mino Raiola was reported to have cancelled a meeting with the Red bosses last week with the players links to Real Madrid becoming ever stronger.
The Red Devils have lost seven games in their lasg nine matches including the Manchester derby on Wednesday and are set to rebuild the whole team in the summer.
Pogba and his United teammates have been reported to be displeased by Solskjaer through ball tactics used against Manchester City, who claimed a 2-0 victory at Old Trafford.
Pogba has been reported to have told his teammates about leaving the club in the summer to Madrid and are frightened that Solskjaer might be unable to keep him.