Views: 54 Comments: 0 Started: May 12, 2018, By: Biggynice

Paul Pogba has sent a clear message about his future in his own inimitable style by claiming everything is ‘Pog-good’ amid speculation Paris Saint-Germain are lining up sensational summer swoop.

Manchester United’s club-record signing has endured a difficult season with his form lurching from the sublime to the atrocious. The France international was magnificent in last month’s 3-2 derby win over City, but has struggled to maintain that form on a regular basis.

The 25-year-old suffered the ignominy of losing his place in the side to rookie Scott McTominay for both legs of the Champions League last 16 tie against Sevilla and has been the source of great frustration to Mourinho on occasion.

Reports earlier this week claimed his agent, Mino Raiola, had been sounding out several of Europe’s heavyweight clubs, but Pogba insists it is still an honour to represent Manchester United.

he told beIN Sports: ‘People want to hear about the manager and the player. You see some images of me talking with the coach.

‘We can disagree but he is still the manager and I am the player. Sometimes I see things he doesn’t and sometime he sees things I cant. But it doesn’t mean anything is bad.

‘It’s good. He is the coach. He decides and I accept and I respond on the pitch.

‘Just to wear the shirt to play in Old Trafford, I was here in the academy and it was a dream to play for the first team.

‘I am proud, I know the fans and story of the club it’s Poggood.’

United are destined to finish at least 19 points behind the champions but their comeback win at the Etihad Stadium represented evidence that the gap between the two clubs is not as wide as many claim, according to Pogba.

‘It was all mental – it just came back in the second half. Everyone with the mentality like beasts.

‘If you have that mentality all season we would have been fighting and top with Man City for sure.

‘It is good when the manager believes in you and the players. When you see and hear that you want to give the best for the manager and the team.’