Manchester United midfielder, Paul Pogba has told his teammates that he feels embarrassed to play under the club’s boss, Jose Mourinho.
According to The Sun, the player also said he will leave the club in January if the Portuguese remains in charge.
The relationship between Mourinho and Pogba has reached breaking point following series of bust-ups this season.
The former Chelsea boss also told the French star last week that he will never captain United again in front of the rest of his teammates.
The Portuguese followed that up with the decision to substitute Pogba with 20 minutes remaining in United’s 3-1 defeat to West Ham on Saturday.
The Sun reports that Pogba has told his United teammates that he is “embarrassed” to play in Mourinho’s unclear formations and that he is better off not on the sidelines with the 55-year-old in charge.
The newspaper also claimed that should United decide to stick with Mourinho for the remainder of the season, Pogba has privately vowed to seek a move away from Old Trafford in January.