To France’s boss Didier Deschamps, recent remarks by Paul Pogba’s agent on his Manchester United future were of no concern.
After Paul Pogba’s representative reported that France International wants to exit Manchester United maybe as soon as January, Didier Deschamps said agents can “say what they want”.
The only thing that matters to the foreign coach of Pogba, Deschamps is to focus on the present status of Pogba as a United player and is not interested in Raiola’s comments.
“If I start reacting to the reactions of the agent, the uncle, the dog, the grandfather or the grandmother… they say what they want,” he told a media conference according to Goal. “For me, the important thing is the player. They have career decisions to make.”
“It’s early December and Paul is in Manchester, even though we don’t know what might happen.”
“Some will be able to change clubs. I can give an opinion if they ask me, but certainly not advice. It’s their career and it’s up to them to make their choices.”