With news that Jose Mourinho had another fallout with Paul Pogba after Manchester United's draw in the Premier League on the weekend, here is how the Frenchman reportedly reacted to his manager's harsh words.
After United's 2-2 draw with Southampton on Saturday, Mourinho reportedly labelled Pogba a "virus" in the changing room following his poor performance in the fixture.
The Portuguese tactician apparently suggested to Pogba that he was a bad influence on his teammates, comments that apparently stunned the rest of the players.
Now more details from the story have seemingly surfaced, with the Frenchman hitting back at his manager with criticism of his own.
According to The Times, Pogba told Mourinho that, because of his tactics, he does not have teammates making themselves available around him.
It has been claimed the 25-year-old did not respond angrily to his boss, delivering his critique in a cool and calm manner instead, with it being said that the conversation did not get out of hand.
Pogba has scored five goals and assisted a further four strikes in 18 games for United so far this season.
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