France and Manchester United star Paul Pogba believes he did not focus on his game after claiming the summer World Cup trophy with the Les Bleus in Russian Federation just like club boss Jose Mourinho predicted.
"But we like challenges too, we have goals".
The Frenchman, fresh from winning the World Cup with France, has been at the centre of a discussion over not just his own future but that of his manager, Jose Mourinho.
'I am a Lazio player but it is obvious that I was pleased that a coach of his stature came to watch the match, ' Milinkovic-Savic said. "I would never say it's me, it's the squad who put me in that position, who gave me the freedom to express myself".
"For me, the problem is the directors in the office because they chose to take him".
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Starsport understands several senior figures at United have raised concerns about recent events as Mourinho tries to stop the team's season from disintegrating. "You don't have to be captain in order to speak, a leader is not someone who has the armband".
However, speaking ahead of France's friendly fixture against Iceland and Uefa Nations League showdown against Germany, Pogba stated that he does not need captain's armband to be a leader. "Whether it be "Grizou" [Antoine Griezmann], Kylian [Mbappe] or Raph [Varane], they deserve it a lot more than me".
"I could say what I felt, give messages and pass them on from the older players to the younger ones".
"I can't pick one of them, but I sincerely hope it'll be one of those three, or even four because there's also NG (N'Golo Kante)".
Mourinho assumed control of United in 2016 following Louis van Gaal's erratic two years in charge and has, to date, overseen no fewer than 131 matches.