- Paul Ince says Paul Pogba must grow up with his game
- The French star has hinted that he is unhappy at the club
- Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho insists he is happy with Pogba
Ex-Manchester United Paul Ince has urged Frenchman Paul Pogba to grow up and allow his football do the talking.
According to a UK Daily Star report citing sources at BBC the former Red Devils star wants all parties to resolve any issues they are nursing at the club.
Reports are continually linking the 25-year-old away from Old Trafford and hints he is not enjoying the best of times with club boss Jose Mourinho despite the Portuguese has claims he has no issues with Pogba.
The World Cup winner was Manchester United captain in their season opener against Leicester and is set to continue in the same capacity tomorrow at Brighton.
However the Frenchman revealed moments after the match against the Foxes that he was unhappy at the club and hinted that he would be fined if he speaks out more about the matter.
Pogba has been repeatedly inked with a move Spanish champions Barcelona all summer and have reportedly made an offer.
However, Ince insists the France midfielder must look forward ‘grow up’ and continue with the most important task at hand, playing football.
"Well first and foremost I think he's a talented player," he told the BBC.
"We've seen all the problems start at the end of last season but I thought they'd been put to bed
"He's come back, won the World Cup, played fantastically.
"And Mourinho has said '[Antonio] Valencia is out, you're going to be my captain.'
"That shows he got a lot of respect for [Paul] Pogba.
"He plays against Leicester, he's outstanding, man of the match for me.
"After the game, he's decided to have that comment at the end of it which brought it all again.
"He just needs to play his football, let his football do the talking.
"This row has been going on for a season now.
"We should be talking about where Manchester United are going to go this year, not about Pogba, Mourinho, Pogba, Mourinho.
"Let bygones be bygones and grow up."
Interestingly, the Frenchman’s stock is hitting new heights after his performance for the Les Bleus summer World Cup triumph in Russia.
The ongoing transfer window has officially ended for Premier League clubs but will continue for other countries around Europe until the end of the month.
Only time will tell if the Red Devils will keep hold of their influential midfielder.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously had reported that Manchester United have denied reports claiming club boss Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba had a big bust-up as "absolute nonsense", insisting the pair have a good relationship.
According to UK Sky Sports report many news outlets reported on Thursday that Mourinho had warned the France World Cup winner not to speak out to the media and he should request for a transfer if he is unhappy with the Old Trafford outfit.
The report further hinted that the Red Devils snubbed an offer for Pogba from Barcelona earlier in August and despite handing the Frenchman the skipper’s armband for their Premier League's opening win against Leicester, his comments after the game suggested all was not well at club.
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