There are indications that Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho is finally getting right with French midfielder Paul Pogba following latest reports that he will not blame the player for the crisis at the Old Trafford.
Earlier before now, the manager and player were at loggerhead and the rift between the pair sparked tension even in the dressing room.
The Portuguese manager had blamed the former Juventus player for being disrespectful to the club and also questioning his tactics and approach in public.
However, calm and peace might be returning to the team according to Manchester Evening News which says Mourinho holds entourage responsible for the heat in the crisis and not the French midfielder.
According to report, Paul Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola was also mentioned as part of those who ensured unrest between the pair as the former Chelsea manager insists Pogba is not the problem at the club but the people close to him.
There are suggestions that the Portuguese manager has resolved to restore a smooth relationship between himself and the World Cup winner.
Mourinho seems to be taking this stand after the player reportedly helped him defeat Newcastle with his tactical advice during the first half break.
The Old Trafford side will return from the international break to travel to the Stamford Bridge for a Premier League game against Chelsea.