Martial, Bailly, Pereira join Pogba to rebel against Mourinho

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While the club's fan-base hasn't been a fan of Pogba lately, primarily due to his refusal to rule out a potential departure from Manchester, the midfielder's claim regarding attacking football did receive backing on social media, with supporters also expressing their frustration regarding Mourinho's seemingly clueless tactics.

Pogba started his professional career at United but left for Juventus in 2012.

Pogba posted a video on Instagram while watching United's penalties defeat to Derby in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday.

But the France World Cup-winner is already being linked with another move and is said to be pushing to leave the Red Devils ahead of the January transfer window.

There are fears that the worsening relationship between Mourinho and the club's record signing is going to engulf the season at Manchester United.

Clearly unhappy with the Frenchman's behaviour during and after the match, Mourinho greeted Pogba in training the next day with a frosty reception.

According to the Times, the Manchester United board are becoming increasingly concerned about the player and the manager's worsening ties. His manager Jose Mourinho was not happy, with the pair arguing over the topic in a training session.

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The deteriorating relationship between Mourinho and Pogba has been a talking point throughout most of the calendar year so far.

Another frustrated player is Pereira who has just got limited opportunities since returning from a loan spell with Valencia. In terms of Pogba, I don't know if he's worth the hassle for what he gives on the pitch.

Mourinho was reportedly furious about the laughing post which is what he confronted Pogba about.

Mourinho is seen mumbling something as goes past the French midfielder, who also says something in response.

'No-one plays for two years and then all of a sudden you change your manager and you're a different player.

He added: "We are at home and we should play much better against Wolves".

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