Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been blamed by Paul Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola, for the midfielder’s recent loss in form, according to German outlet, Bild.
Pogba started the season in phenomenal form and got as many as 7 assists in his first 4 games of the season and was one of the standout players in the league during the start of the campaign.
However, Pogba’s form has drop off in recent games and he has been dropped from the starting team in recent games.
Raiola is reportedly unhappy with the way his client had been treated by the Norwegian lately, and believes it’s the reason he has struggled to replicate his early season form.
Pogba began the 2021/2022 season well, with multiple asists in two games, but the fire appears to have burned out, as he’s had to make substitute appearances lately.
Against Atalanta, the 28 year old was handed a start, but he put on a shabby showing again, losing possession too often, and drawing criticism from fans and pundits.
With his current deal set to expire next year, Pogba could be on his way out of Old Trafford if things do not change, especially with Raiola looking worried about his future as well.