What Manchester United's senior players have told Paul Pogba to stop doing

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Victor Lindelof has insisted that there are no problems between Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho at Manchester United as far as he can tell.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has lashed out at critics this week, suggesting that anyone with a "brain", "common sense" or "any knowledge of what sport is", can clearly see that the club is in a period of transition.

Pogba has made 27 appearances for Man United this season, scoring three goals and registering 10 assists.

However, lengthy debate over his best position and a reported bust-up with Mourinho have led to questions about Pogba's long-term future, with United set to splash the cash again this summer.

The former Real Madrid manager has clearly lost his faith in Matteo Darmian and Daley Blind, who are both expected to leave Old Trafford this summer, but has never really criticised either of them in a way similar to the aforementioned players. NBC Sports even has a feature today describing "a stand off" between the two larger than life United personalities; depicting a situation that "is intensifying with neither willing to step down".

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The Red Devils have undergone lots of transitions in recent years but they still have a core group of senior pros who all played under the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson.

Pogba may have struggled to play to the best of his ability during his time at United so far, but there is no doubt that the France global is a quality midfielder.

United's record signing and once the world's most expensive player, Pogba has reportedly fallen out with Mourinho, something which the Portuguese has repeatedly denied.

Do YOU think he's just expressing himself, or should he focus more on his football?

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