Manchester United will be playing today in the FA Cup fifth round against Huddersfield Town away from home where Manchester United will be missing Paul Pogba, one of Manchester United’s key players.
The latest news from different sources confirms that the French midfielder, Paul Pogba, will be dropped from today’s decisive match against Huddersfield Town due to a fitness issue where the French international midfielder is reported to be ill.
Manchester United will be forced to play either Scott McTomunay and Michael Carrick in the midfield if Jose Mourino, Manchester United’s manager, wants to rest Ander Herrera and Nemanja Matic for the Champions League match next week if Paul Pogba doesn’t get better until next week.
Moreover, the case of Paul Pogba may not be an injury or illness, but it seems it’s an issue with Jose Mourinho as many reports confirm that Paul Pogba’s declined form is due to Jose Mourinho’s tactics where he is forcing him to play in a defensive mood which is limiting his abilities.
Jose Mourinho confirmed that Paul Pogba isn’t going through a good time and he is having a bad form recently, and called some pundits and journalists “lairs” for the news about Paul Pogba wanting to leave Manchester United next summer and not being happy with Jose Mourinho’s tactics and playing plan.