Jose Mourinho tells Paul Pogba he'll never captain Manchester United again

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The United manager has been angered by Pogba's post-match comments and his performance in the 1-1 draw against Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The sharp increase was primarily attributed to a rise in "player salary uplifts" relating to the club's return to the Champions League last season, despite a dismal Round of 16 exit to Sevilla, and means United now have the second-highest earning squad in Europe behind Barcelona, whose 2016/17 wage bill stood at £336m.

According to multiple reports, Mourinho told his players at training on Tuesday that he will not let Pogba captain the side again due to the World Cup winner's poor attitude. When we are at home we should attack, attack, attack.

"I'm not the manager, I can not, like, say that, but obviously we should show more options of playing".

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The 25-year-old France worldwide is one of a number of regulars left out of the team for Tuesday's League Cup encounter with Derby County.

Woodward remains determined to keep hold of United's biggest star, but Mourinho's decision to effectively downgrade the player will only make that more hard. Privately, the club have given their support to the Portuguese coach and while revealing fourth quarter financial results, Woodward said he is also behind the manager. That's Old Trafford. We are here to attack. Pogba and regular captain Antonio Valencia were not selected for the game, though the France midfielder was a spectator at Old Trafford on Tuesday night. We know that position is one that requires continued investment to maintain.

It's not the first time Pogba's comments have riled Mourinho this season.

United had got off to the best possible start as Juan Mata finished off a fine move.

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