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Premier League: after the rout against Liverpool, Paul Pogba denounces “the big lies” of a tabloid

by archysport

“Fake news. Paul Pogba came back up. The Manchester United midfielder denied information from an article in The Sun tabloid on Wednesday on social media. The British newspaper claimed that the world champion had snubbed his coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the wake of the correction imposed by Liverpool on Sunday at home (0-5). The media also explained that the 28-year-old had suspended all discussions around the extension of his contract, which comes to an end at the end of the season.

“The tabloid press wants to create controversy again with 100% false information. Big lies to make the headlines, he annoys in a story posted on Instagram. Journalists use my name to be seen when there is nothing to see. The only reason I answer these bastards … who are disrespecting my coach, the club and the supporters is to send a clear message: the less you read these people, the better you are, they have no shame and can tell anything without any basis. “

This is not the first time that the middle of the Blues has attacked the Sun on social networks. A year ago, Paul Pogba denied an article in the newspaper explaining that he intended to withdraw from the France team in protest against Emmanuel Macron’s remarks on Islam during the controversy over the cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad. The player then announced that he intended to initiate legal proceedings against the authors of these rumors.

His behavior against Liverpool pointed out

Left on the bench at the start of the meeting, Paul Pogba returned to the break of this Premier League shock on Sunday, while the Reds were already leading 4-0 on the lawn of their rival. But the Frenchman brought Liverpool’s fifth goal by a loss of ball before being sent off on the hour mark for a foul on Naby Keita. A performance criticized in England, in particular by the former player of the club, Paul Scholes, who saw there “a lack of respect for his manager and his teammates”.

Seventh in the Premier League after nine days, Manchester United failed to take advantage of the summer arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo to make a successful start to the championship. Disappointing performances which weaken the position of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

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