Manchester United Midfielder Paul Pogba has demanded manager Jose Mourinho answer some questions that have been put across to him by the press.
United lost two points to Wolves on Saturday after being forced to a draw by Joao Moutinho.
It obviously has not gone well with Pogba who thinks his manager and not the players should be held responsible.
When asked why the Old Trafford side have not been attacking more than they do, the former Juventus player refused to answer because he was not the coach.
Pogba therefore, wasted no time in telling journalists to ask the manager for answers when he was asked if there was enough space and movement in the side.
He simply answered “I’m not the manager,”
Pogba faulted the fact that the Jose Mourinho men failed to attack against Wolves.
He said teams will get scared when they see United attack but obviously, his side failed to do that.
The rift between the Portuguese manager and the French midfielder might be rekindled should result at the Old Trafford continues this direction.
Recall that there was a heated rift between the United pair with the player alleged to be seeking a way out of the club to either Juventus or Barcelona.