Paul Pogba is committed to giving everything for Manchester United

Paul Pogba will continue to give his best for fans, teammates and

Paul Pogba pledged to continue giving his best to fans, teammates and "people who trust me" in the wake of renewed speculation about his future at Manchester United.

Two years after returning to Old Trafford from Juventus on a world record contract, it is reported that the 25-year-old is so unhappy that he has informed Executive Vice President Ed Woodward of his desire to leave.

United has denied that this has happened and the same establishment said that Mino Raiola, the player's agent, even reached an agreement with Barcelona, ​​the interest rate that the club has promised to reject.

Paul Pogba will continue to give his best for fans, teammates and "people who trust me"

Pogba penalty kick put United on course to win Leicester 2-1 at Old Trafford on Friday

Pogba penalty kick put United on course to win Leicester 2-1 at Old Trafford on Friday

Pogba penalty kick put United on course to win Leicester 2-1 at Old Trafford on Friday

A tense relationship with José Mourinho seems to be at the heart of that. Questions about their relationship were raised in the last quarter and it is said that the midfielder was upset by his manager's comments about the World Cup.

Pogba returned to training at the beginning of the week after helping France win the tournament, but on Friday he was pushed into the starting lineup and was awarded the captain's armband, when his penalty put United on the road to win 2- 1. Leicester

"Of course I'm proud, I'm glad to use this (bracelet) in a great club like Manchester United," he said.

They told Pogba that he looked like he was completely committed to United after a lot of things had been said about his position at the club in recent days, and added: "Well, as I said, I always give my best. for fans, for teammates and for people who trust me. "

Pogba's focus on trust seemed sharp, as was his posting on Twitter shortly after the game.

"I will always give the best of myself to the fans and to my teammates no matter what is happening," he wrote, along with #pogfeelings.

Pogba's focus on trust seemed sharp, as was his posting on Twitter shortly after the game.

Pogba's focus on trust seemed sharp, as was his posting on Twitter shortly after the game.

Pogba's focus on trust seemed sharp, as was his posting on Twitter shortly after the game.

Everything does not seem right behind the scenes, even though Mourinho said on the eve of the Leicester game that when the media "repeat a thousand times that my relationship with my players is not good, it's a lie that (is) repeated a thousand times "

But it is not just the manager's relationship with the United players that has been inspected, considering that the executive vice president, Ed Woodward, was annoyed by not having strengthened the team before the transfer deadline.

Mourinho said that "football is changing, and managers should call themselves head coaches" after beating Leicester, whom he marked as a team that should not be underestimated since he "invests more than we do".

Comments from the Portuguese and Pogba ensure that the satisfaction behind the scenes will be more focused, but Friday's victory was a welcome boost at a time of apparent discontent.

It is said that Pogba was upset with José Mourinho's comments about the World Cup

It is said that Pogba was upset with José Mourinho's comments about the World Cup

It is said that Pogba was upset with José Mourinho's comments about the World Cup

"It's three points, that's what we wanted," said Pogba. & # 39; Very happy.

"Of course, the performance was not the best, but it's better to start well and finish well than to start well and finish badly."

"We know that the players, and me too, did not have a lot of training and we played a game.

"We knew we were not going to be fit, 100 percent, but the most important thing was to start the Premier League well."

Pogba's early penalty was followed by Luke Shaw, a player who had had a difficult relationship with Mourinho, scoring his first goal for the club, which meant that Jamie Vardy's effort in injury time was little more than a consolation .

Left-back Luke Shaw scored the second goal against the Foxes to seal three points for United

Left-back Luke Shaw scored the second goal against the Foxes to seal three points for United

Left-back Luke Shaw scored the second goal against the Foxes to seal three points for United

It was a decent start to the season, considering the amount of injuries and fitness issues that United had to face, but Friday's boss does not get carried away.

"So, it's quite early to talk about this now," Pogba said when asked about his chances of success this year.

"We started with Andreas Pereira and Fred, and today they played very well.

"With the players we have … of course we are Manchester United, we have to look at the top of the league, that's obvious.

"I mean, Manchester United, we have to show on the pitch, we have to play well, we have to be focused and we need people to trust us."

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