Paul Pogba has spoken out for the first time since being booed by Manchester United fans during the club’s 3-2 win over Norwich.
When the Frenchman was substituted on 74 minutes, he was booed by some fans, and when he walked towards the tunnel at full-time, he was booed even more.
On a day when the United fanbase was enraged, with anti-Glazer protests taking place before kickoff, the midfielder was seen cupping his ears towards the United crowd.
Since his return to Old Trafford in 2016, Pogba has had a rocky relationship with the Old Trafford faithful.
The World Cup winner’s contract expires at the end of the season, and he appears to be on his way out of the club.
Many United fans believe he hasn’t lived up to his £89 million price tag, despite winning the League Cup and the Europa League since joining from Juventus.
With the likes of Paris Saint-Germain linked with a move, he is on the verge of leaving for free.
It’s possible that the boos heard on Saturday were a result of this. Pogba sent an Instagram message to fans a few hours after the final whistle in Manchester, but it did not directly address the jeering he had received.