Paul Pogba: 'There are things I cannot say or I will get fined'
- Paul's been linked with a move to Barcelona all summer which still doesn't sound plausible
- He's now spoken about how 'a player' feels if he's used correctly or not
Context is still required to clarify things but according to various British media, Pogba was asked if he's happy at Man United. He said: ''There are things I can say and there are things that I cannot say otherwise I will get fined.''
Rob Dawson of ESPN explains how the interview came about:
The Frenchman then added: ''You have to know one thing. You have to know one thing - a player that gets chosen and is happy, you always feel more comfortable than when he's not happy. That's all I say. After the World Cup, I am the same. It's the same Paul Pogba. It's a different team, obviously.
''I'm still enjoying playing football, I still love football and I still give my best with the team, for the team. Like I said, when you are comfortable, when people trust you and have confidence then you are good in your own head and it's going to be easier.
''If you're not happy in doing what you're doing right now, there's no point doing it. If you're doing it for money, there's a point about doing things for money, but there's a point about doing things because you love it. If you are enjoying what you do you give your best. But if you're not happy, you cannot give your best.''
Paul's words are even stranger after he was given a captain armband and branded a 'monster' in the best of senses by Jose Mourinho for his excellent cameo on Friday.
Any thoughts on...that?