Paul Pogba reveals two areas of his game he must improve

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Paul Pogba has taken advantage of time away from Jose Mourinho and Manchester United by getting a fresh haircut, called the "Pogflash", while on global duty for France.

The report added that it would not be the 29-year-old's last time to play behind a striker.

Despite taking on a key leadership role at the World Cup, a growing rift between Pogba and Mourinho saw the France global stripped of the United vice-captaincy last month.

United have endured a tumultuous start to the 2018-19 campaign, resulting in fierce speculation over manager Jose Mourinho's future, and the report suggests that the Portuguese could turn to a short-term deal for Ibrahimovic in a bid to steady the ship.

"I think he has done it on objective, and I don't think that is right", Saha said at the AFDP Spirit of Soccer launch.

He cited former Italy midfielder Andrea Pirlo, a teammate of Pogba's at Juventus, as someone who could be relied upon to "show you the way on the pitch".

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Hugo Lloris lifted the trophy in Moscow in mid-July as Didier Deschamps' captain, and Pogba said he would continue being an influential figure in the squad even if he never replaced the Tottenham goalkeeper.

'You don't have to be captain in order to speak, a leader is not someone who has the armband. It puts pressure on the manager.

It appears that the players in the United dressing room have become exasperated and alienated by Mourinho's divisive and confrontational style of management.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi have each won five times in a decade-long stranglehold on the honour with Zinedine Zidane the last French victor after their last World Cup triumph in 1998.

"I can't pick out one of them". Yes, I think there are things that should not be done from the players' side and from the manager and above.