What has Paul Pogba asked Mourinho to do in order to get back to top form?


Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has asked his manager Jose Mourinho to change his playing position so that he can get back his top form – as per reports.

Paul Pogba has seen a dip in his form as he was substituted in two of Manchester United’s last three games which included the defeats at the hands of Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle United. And the French International is rumoured to be very upset and has been involved in a row with his manager.

French outlet L’Equipe are reporting that the midfielder has grown frustrated with the fact that he has been repeatedly asked to play in a midfield two – alongside Nemanja Matic.
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Pogba feels that playing in a two-man midfielder has increased his defensive responsibilities as a result of which his attacking capabilities are being affected.
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He has told Jose Mourinho to alter his formation to a 4-2-3-1 system where he should play on the left of the midfield three.

The former Juventus man feels that he will have more freedom to move forward in the aforesaid system and can greatly affect the attacking capabilities of his team.

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