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‘They Didn’t Care How I was Feeling’, Paul Pogba Slams Manchester United In New Documentary

Marcus Chan

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‘They Didn’t Care How I was Feeling’, Paul Pogba Slams Manchester United In New Documentary

Paul Pogba has slammed Manchester United in his new documentary, stating that the club ‘didn’t care’ about his feelings.

The Pogmentary, is now available to stream on Amazon Prime Video.

In in the first episode of the five part series, Pogba was shown in his house with lawyer, Rafaela Pimenta. The pair was having a conversation with his late agent, Mino Raiola over a video call. 

At that time, Pogba was heading into the last year of his contract at the Old Trafford club and it was apparent that he was unhappy. 

When discussing his future with his lawyer and agent, the French midfielder accused the club of not caring about his feelings. 

Raiola told Pogba that the club ‘absolutely’ wants to keep him, the camera then cuts to Pogba speaking on his own about his feelings at the club.

He said: “It's all for the players, they have to feel important in their clubs. And they have to feel important in their teams. If you don't have that, it's over.” 

Pogba was then asked what makes him happy. 

He said: “To be in a project that I'm involved.” 

“Here, I came back from injury, they didn't help me, they didn't care how I was feeling so I had to go to the national team to get my confidence back.” 

This will for sure upset the United fans even more after it was revealed earlier in the week, prior to the documentary’s release, that Pogba branded a big money offer, believed to be around the £300,000 as ’nothing’. 

When told about the offer from his agent, Pogba gave a damning reply. 

He said: “They're bluffing.”

”How can you tell a player you absolutely want him and offer him nothing? Never seen that.” 

United announced the departure of Pogba last month and it is expected that he will return to Italian giants Juventus for a second time. With the Turin club, Pogba gave his best performances that earned him the move back to United for £89 million but his second spell with the Red Devils has come to a bitter end. 

Over the two spells, Pogba made 233 appearances for United across all competitions, scoring 39 goals in total. He will now be looking to a fresh start as he looks to recapture his best form ahead of the 2022 World Cup which kicks off in Qatar later on in the year. His country, France are the reigning champions. 

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Football, Paul Pogba, Manchester United, Juventus, Mino Raiola, Premier League

Marcus Chan
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