Paul Pogba has revealed what life is like at Manchester United under Jose Mourinho, claiming that the manager demands "extreme things", but that his methods often deliver success. "I am more mature as well, physically and mentally, and I am ready to come back and hopefully push to play next season for United".
Those comments backfired on Mourinho when it emerged Smalling had a broken toe but played with the injury two weeks earlier at Chelsea, a 4-0 defeat when the defender needed two pain-killing injections to be involved.
Pogba has dominated the midfield play and orchestrated games throughout the season and there's no doubt he has the ability to become a top player.
"That's what we are doing because the longer it takes the less games you have".
"It's good when he shows that frustration because it shows he wants you back out on that pitch. We're always managing things".
"He's wonderful person, incredibly amusing and I've spent great moments with him".
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"I think I'm ready now", he told the club's official website. As players, it is not about always being 100 per cent.
Cristiano Ronaldo believes winning the Champions League for the fourth time is as sweet as his first with Manchester United.
"But the more I practiced, the better".
"I think he knows my character, he knows what type of player I am and that's not changed".
Matteo Darmian says it's not the right time to discuss his Manchester United future, and is instead fully focused on Italy's FIFA World Cup qualifiers. "He knew the picture in terms of liaising with the medical staff and he was just frustrated, the same as us players who wanted to be on the pitch". Mourinho sees Dybala as an ideal replacement for Wayne Rooney who is all set to leave this summer.
"I think his numbers speak for themselves and he's still got a long way to go in his career".