Reports over the last few months have suggested the pair had fallen out of the boss’ tactics and the midfielder’s recent lack of form.
Paul Pogba has lifted the lid on his much-discussed relationship with Jose Mourinho, insisting there is ‘no problem’ between him and the Manchester United manager.
It has even been suggested the France international could be set to leave Old Trafford this summer over the feud, after a run of games where he was dropped or substituted early due to poor performances.
But the £89million superstar has dismissed the rumours and insists he has great respect for his Red Devils boss.
Speaking to French TV programme Canal Football, Pogba said: “I do not have any problem with Mourinho, I do not think he has either.
“He’s the coach, he’s going to make choices and I as a player, I accept them. That is all.”
It has been suggested Mourinho was so fed up of Pogba’s inconsistent form that he was ready to let him leave the club in the summer transfer window, with latest reports claiming, while club chiefs would prefer him to stay, Manchester United would be willing to let him go for £140million.
The likes of Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid have been linked with an interest, with the Frenchman’s agent Mino Raiola said have been in contact with a host of giant clubs over a possible move.
Pogba, though, insists he is not bothered by the transfer speculation.
“For now I’m at Manchester United,” he added. “I really only think about the present.
“Transfers are not in my head.
“You know, if I listened to everyone, I would be everywhere.”