Paul Pogba reportedly ‘doesn’t pay attention to criticisms from fans and pundits’, according to a new report by French news outlet, L’Equipe.
The Manchester United midfielder has been targeted by a section of fans and pundits, following a string of underwhelming displays in some of our games this season.
The 28 year old came on as a substitute in the 5-0 loss to Liverpool weeks ago, only to be shown a red card after just 15 minutes for a reckless challenge. And ex-players like Paul Scholes and some fans ripped into him for a perceived lack of passion on his part after the game.
Pogba was also poor in the drab 2-2 draw against Atalanta in the UEFA Champions League, and he was again, targeted for criticisms by disgruntled fans and pundits.
But L’Equipe report that the World Cup winner is ‘living in his own bubble’, and isn’t at all bothered by the comments against him.
Pogba is out of contract with Man United next year, and has reportedly demanded to be made our highest paid player before he signs a new deal.
The France international is currently down with injury, and is expected to be away for the rest of 2021.