TUTTOSPORT: Paul Pogba has chosen Juventus return

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It's become abundantly clear that the pair's relationship is broken beyond fix and Jamie Carragher thinks it's Pogba who needs to head for the exit door.

I think it's fair to say that many are beginning to doubt Mourinho's reign in charge at Old Trafford after an average start to the season, on top of a lacklustre transfer window.

"Whether it's Jose's fault or Pogba's fault, I don't care", he said.

Mourinho was reportedly furious about the laughing post which is what he confronted Pogba about. They've both been there the same amount of time.

"The rehabilitation was long and hard, but I never gave up to return to my best level".

"Another question is, should he be getting more out of a £90m player?"

"There's an idea that there's one or the other".

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Mourinho and Pogba were seen arguing during a training ground spat on Wednesday, with details emerging later that the Manchester United boss was unhappy with a video the midfielder posted on Instagram on Tuesday night. We won't. I can assure Manchester United fans you won't.

'We're seeing [right now] what Paul Pogba is as a player.

His relationship with the Portuguese coach is known to be tricky at best and he criticised the way United played against Wolves at the weekend, when they were held to a 1-1 draw at home to the newly promoted side.

Senior squad members like Ashley Young and Nemanja Matic have distanced themselves from Pogba and so too, surprisingly, has Romelu Lukaku.

Newspaper Tuttosport revealed that Pogba "wants Juve".

He said he wanted United to "attack, attack, attack".

Clearly Lukaku doesn't want to get tangled in the controversy and his recent behaviour might even suggest that he thinks Pogba is in the wrong.

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