Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho responded in an irritated fashion when asked a question about superstar Paul Pogba ahead of the Red Devils' UEFA Champions League clash with Valencia on Wednesday night.
Pogba has started both of United's past two matches on the bench, following a poor performance against Southampton that infuriated his manager.
While many have blamed the Frenchman for his poor form in England, others have claimed that Mourinho should share the responsibility as he has seemingly been unable to motivate the 25-year-old to produce stellar displays.
When asked why he has struggled to get the best out of Pogba so far ahead of United's European tie on Wednesday, the Portuguese refused to answer the question.
"I don't think your question goes in the direction of what I want to answer or listen," he replied, according to the Daily Mail.
"I don't like your question. I don't like the direction."
The 25-year-old has often been linked with a move away from United this year, although a report on Tuesday suggested the club will not sell him in the January transfer window.
Pogba has scored five goals and assisted a further four strikes in 19 matches for the Manchester club so far this season.
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