Former Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov has said manager Jose Mourinho and French midfielder, Paul Pogba will figure out their ‘fight’.
Reports have it that Mourinho and Pogba are no longer on speaking terms after the United gaffer told the player to hand in a transfer request if he wanted to leave the club ‘again’.
Pogba had told reporters after United’s opening premier league game against Leicester City that: “There are things I can say and there are things that I cannot say, otherwise I will get fined.”
According to Daily Mail, Berbatov believes talk of a rift between the duo is being blown out of proportion.
“I was very happy with the display of Paul Pogba against Leicester, it was a real captain’s performance,” Berbatov told betfair.
“He was everywhere on the pitch, passed it well, took the penalty with confidence – considering it was the first game, it was very encouraging.
“There has been chat in the media about him being unhappy, but I think the newspapers and social media are always focused on that side of things, trying to find problems that aren’t necessarily there, constantly exaggerating – it’s on the pitch that matters.
“These stories are not good for anybody, but Jose and Pogba will figure it out.”