Paul Pogba has broken his silence over Jose Mourinho’s Old Trafford exit.
The Frenchman man was stripped of his vice-captaincy role and was told he would never wear the armband again by Jose before falling out during a training session in front of cameras.
It has been reported that the former Juventus led the dressing-room celebrations after the Special One's departure was confirmed, as a large portion of the first-team did not see eye-to-eye with the Special One.
However, when speaking about the 55-year-old on Saturday, the midfielder held nothing but praise for the former gaffer.
“We won trophies with Jose and I want to thank him for that,” Pogba said.
“He makes me improve, as a person as well, and that's it. That's the past, I want to thank him for that.
“I'm sure that is the same for all the players and now we are looking forward to the next game.”
Another Paul Pogba assist. That all came from the team hunting the ball back in packs. What a turnaround. The players actually look happy! Quality performance.
— Liam Canning (@LiamPaulCanning) December 22, 2018
Manchester United made these remarks after their impressive 5-1 win over Cardiff City.
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