Former Chelsea and France star Frank Leboeuf believes that Paul Pogba's latest remarks will not go down well at Manchester United.
Pogba, who has struggled for regular playing time with the Red Devils this season, made headlines once again on the weekend when he claimed that being with the French national team is a "breath of fresh air".
Leboeuf, a 1998 FIFA World Cup winner with Les Bleus, has since warned the midfielder to be careful about what he says in the media and how it could be interpreted.
"You have to be always cautious of what you say," he told ESPN, as per the Metro.
"It's true that this is not going to be very well interpreted with Manchester United.
"It's meaning that he is belonging to a group with friends, which is not the case with Manchester United."
Pogba has found himself on the United bench for recent Premier League and UEFA Champions League matches, and it remains to be seen if his latest comments will land him in trouble with the club.