Boateng called Mourinho to turn down Man United

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And as per Calciomercato.it, Manchester United are ready to invest heavily in the attack.

Pogba has done little to kill the rumours surrounding his future or his relationship with Jose Mourinho, who made him captain in the absence of Antonio Valencia at the start of the season. The latest example of this comes from CalcioMercato, who suggest Jose Mourinho is eyeing a move for Juventus' Argentina global, Paulo Dybala.

Nevertheless, Pogba showed his class for France during the World Cup, even scoring in their final win over Croatia, while he has also been on the score sheet twice already in the Premier League.

Doucoure told The Sun: 'I've known Paul since I played with him in the French Under-16 team and he was, physically, the same as he is today, because he was in advance of everyone.

Numerous fans have had enough but we're not too sure what Pogba's current teammates think of his behaviour.

Abdoulaye Doucoure believes subduing "show off" Paul Pogba will be crucial to Watford's chances of maintaining their ideal start to the Premier League season against Manchester United on Saturday.

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When asked is he felt Rashford was a "special talent" after Tuesday's win over Switzerland, southgate replied: "Yes he is". Marcus Rashford got ahead of Alexander-Arnold with the eye on goal, but flashed his effort way off target on 26 minutes.

Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville has insisted that the Red Devils "would be fine" if Paul Pogba left.

"I had enquiries from PSG and Manchester United", Boateng told Bild.

Neville the pundit would say: he's a talented player but I want to see more consistency and leadership. Don't be someone who is seen as a mercenary or a mutineer.

"So there are four ways to look at it - pundit, owner, fan, a personal word". You don't need to do that'.

After all, if he wants a big-money move to Barcelona, he'll have to step up his performances and perform more consistently.

However, it wasn't to be and Mourinho ended up empty handed as executive vice chairman Ed Woodward failed to land any of his defensive targets so United will have to wait until at least January to get their hands on a new centre-back.

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