Vandals take to Carrington to protest against the player
A sign at Manchester United’s Carrington training ground has been vandalised on Wednesday, with the message reading ‘Pogba out’.
Pogba’s name has been in the news for several months now.
The midfielder has been heavily linked with a move away from Manchester United this summer.
However, despite bids from Real Madrid, it’s looking more and more likely the Frenchman will be at Old Trafford for another season.
Though, one person doesn’t seem to happy about that idea.
Someone is not a big fan of Paul Pogba
That’s because a sign at Manchester United’s Carrington training ground has been vandalised.
Pictures of the sign circulated on social media during Wednesday, showing ‘Pogba out’ spray-painted across.
The sign was only put up last week, with its initial purpose to stop fans from congregating at the entrance of Manchester United’s training ground.
‘Pogba Out’ has been sprayed onto a sign outside Manchester United’s training ground.
— Goal (@goal) August 28, 2019
The vandalism follows a poor run of form for both Pogba and Manchester United in recent weeks.
Despite beating Chelsea 4-0 on the opening weekend, Man United have drawn with Wolves and lost to Crystal Palace in their last two fixtures.
Pogba also missed a penalty against Wolves, leading to much criticism after the game.
Man United and Pogba will go up against Southampton this weekend.
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