Manchester United midfielder, Paul Pogba has taken a swipe at interim boss, Ralf Rangnick.
The midfielder also suggested that he has wasted five years of his career and that Manchester United’s season is dead.
The Frenchman’s contract expires at the end of this season and talks to extend his deal at Old Trafford have not made any progress.
The likes of PSG, Juventus and Real Madrid are all interested in signing him as a free agent.
Pogba won the Carabao Cup and Europa League in his first season with United, and has experienced trophy drought since then.
The midfielder was a serial title winner at Juventus, and won the World Cup with France.
After saying he intends to ‘catch up’ on his barren years at United, Pogba told Le Figaro: “You have to be honest, the last five seasons have not satisfied me – really not at all.
“This year it is dead, we won’t win anything. Whether it is with Manchester United or at another club, I want to win trophies.”
Speaking about his manager, Rangnick, Pogba said,
“It’s simple with France, I play and I play in my position – I know my role and I feel the confidence of the coach and the players,’ he continued.
“It’s normal to feel a difference at Manchester United because it’s hard to be consistent when you often have a change to your position, or the team system, or your partners.
“I get along very well with [France boss Didier Deschamps], he gave me a role that I know, but at Manchester United, do I really have a role? I ask the question but I don’t have an answer.”