Manchester United ban Pogba from speaking about the club's crisis

Manchester United ban Pogba from speaking about the club's crisis

- Manchester United have banned Paul Pogba from speaking to the public about the club

- This is as a result of the club's inability to win a game in their last four encounters

- Paris-Saint-Germain are also said to be interested in signing Pogba next year

Frenchman Paul Pogba has been seriously warned by Manchester United not to talk about the crisis currently going on at the club in public.

Manchester United have played four games without a win with their final tie ending goalless against Spanish side Valencia in the Champions League on Tuesday night.

Recently, Paul Pogba and his manager at Manchester United Jose Mourinho had public bust-up which cost the former Juventus star his position as the club's vice captain.

And according to the latest report by UK Sun, the 25-year-old has also been told to stay mum about the issues rocking the Premier League side.

Pogba's statement to have openly criticized Jose Mourinho's tactics at Old Trafford forced United chiefs to make the decision.

Meanwhile, French champions Paris-Saint-Germain have reportedly lined up a January transfer move for Manchester United star Paul Pogba.

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Previously, had reported how reigning Spanish champions Barcelona were said to have been given the assurances that Frenchman Paul Pogba will join them this season.

Mino Raiola who is the agent of Paul Pogba is said to have assured Barcelona that they have the chance to sign his client in January 2019.

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