French International player Paul Pogba helped Manchester United to win 2-1 in the Premier League opener against Leicester City, but when he was asked about his situation at the club, he replied ambiguously.
Football news: The French International recently helped his club side to win against Leicester City
Pogba feared that if he revealed ceratin things about his feelings at the club, then the management might punish him by fining.
Pogba returned to training just four days prior to the Leicester fixture and scored from the penalty spot in the third minute of the match.
Pogba had featured in France’s WorldCup winning team and was given time off after his World Cup outing. However Jose Mourinho, the manager of Old Trafford, still opted to name him as the captain in the Premier League opener.
There were certain rumours regarding the transfer of the 25-year-old player in this transfer season as Spanish giants Barcelona and former club Juventus were all interested in signing him, but he chose to remain with his current employers.
Pogba’s relationship with Mourinho has been questioned many times since the manager had dropped him on many occasions, including the Champions League knockout tie against Sevilla.
When asked if he is comfortable at United or not, he said, "There are things I can say and there are things that I cannot say, otherwise I will get fined."
"When people trust you and have confidence then you are good in your own head, it's going to be easier."
After the Leicester game, Pogba posted a content on Instagram that did not include any reference of his coach Jose Mourinho.
He wrote, "I'll always give my best to the fans and my team-mates no matter what's going on."