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The World Cup victor was sublime but with Mourinho openly criticizing him in the past and now exactly praising him for helping France to World Cup glory this summer, Pogba doesn't seem that happy at Old Trafford.

However, they were able to secure the signatures of Brazil midfielder, Fred, while Diogo Dalot came in from FC Porto this summer. That fact has not been lost on the Portuguese, who contrasted their position with the freer spending of a Foxes side who labour under considerably lower expectations.

The crowd went wild as players surrounded the World Cup victor, but one fan, who was named after the great George Best was celebrating more than most.

While United have denied that occurred, Wallace feels there will be only be one victor if the club's hierarchy have to make a decision between keeping the player or their manager.

"Every team is a good team, forget the name, forget the history, forget the shirt".

"I think it's the last time we speak about it, it's over, finished, the market is closed and no more talk about it."

Speaking to Sky Sports after the game, he explained: 'I think football is changing, and probably football managers should be called now more head coaches. I now want to go to the end, I want to fight for all titles.

Quite how such sentiments will be received by the United hierarchy remains to be seen.

Pogba seems to have found his ideal midfield partner at Old Trafford, something Mourinho has been searching for ever since he arrived in Manchester.

Jose Mourinho's relationship with his players has also come under scrutiny, but any such tension was forgotten as Pogba and Shaw - a duo that have endured ups and downs with the United boss - secured a 2-1 win against Leicester.

The 25-year-old was lauded as a "monster" by manager Jose Mourinho following the final whistle after managing 80 minutes against Leicester despite only returning to training on Monday.

He told BBC Radio 5 Live: "I agree to the point that it doesn't matter who you're playing in the Premier League, they're tough".

The Frenchman finishes off his speech - which has been seen nearly 65,000 times - with a rousing call while holding his fist up saying: "Come on United".

Paul Pogba said he needs to be happy to perform at his best for Manchester United, adding that he would be fined if he spoke his true feelings.

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