The news is unending concerning the future of Manchester United midfielder, Paul Pogba.
Pogba is reported to be at loggerhead with his coach, Jose Mourinho and this is believed to have unsettled the Frenchman.
However, the development has raised questions as there are doubts over the commitment of the World Cup winner to the club since his supposed ‘enemy’ is in charge of the team.
But in his reaction, Pogba stated that his commitment has nothing to do with the manager, stressing that he has never considered a manager before giving is all to the club.
The former Juventus star, therefore, stated that he’ll give “100 per cent” for the Red Devils, not minding if Mourinho is the coach or not.
However, Pogba noted that he has a ‘pure coach-player relationship’ with Mourinho and that is enough for him.
Pogba urged that his commitment at the Old Trafford should not be in doubt as he will continue to give his best until he moves away.
Fielding questions on whether he will leave the club as speculated, Pogba said he is open to anything, adding that anything could happen in coming months which will determine if he remains with the team or not.