Pogba claims ‘it’s not me who’s talking’ about Man United future

Paul Pogba insists he can not be blamed for rumors of a move away from Manchester United, claiming that "it's not me who is talking."

Speculation persists that the midfielder wants to leave the club next year, with a return to Juventus or a move to Barcelona considered the most likely.

Pogba was encouraged to speak on Thursday when he said his future "currently" lies at Old Trafford, but he could not offer any long-term guarantee.

However, the 25- one year has accused others of creating reports on a possible departure.

"It's not me who speaks, I'm trying to do my job and work on myself physically," he said after the 0-0 draw for the League of Nations in France. with Germany.

"I came back late [from the World Cup] so I'm trying to act my best".

Much of Pogba's rumors focus on his relationship with José Mourinho, who is said to have deteriorated enough over the past year to force the player to seek a move.

However, when asked how he got along with his manager, Pogba replied: "We have a pure relationship between coach and player, that's right.

" One thing I can assure you, I will always give 100 percent. No matter which coach [I have] I always give everything for United. I can not say more "

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