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Manchester United’s poor start and Pogba-Mourinho ongoing saga occupies the headlines of many online sportsbook news in the United Kingdom. The Red Devils crashed out of the EFL Cup with a penalty shootout defeat at home to Derby County. They are in the seventh spot in the Premier League after a (1-1) draw to Wolves, and eight points adrift of leaders Liverpool. Jose Mourinho decided to strip Paul Pogba of United’s vice captaincy, after the France midfielder criticized Mourinho for his conservative tactics.
By punishing Pogba, Mourinho is trying to reassert his authority over an ailing squad, but it also means the former Juventus player will never be the captain of Man United again. The Pogba-Mourinho relationship is getting worse. It will not take too long before one of them decides to quit and Unibet Sportsbook is offering the best odds on who is first to leave Manchester United.
Although the 25-year-old midfielder has played with maturity when France headed to glory in Russia, 2018, he has been criticized for doing very little in the past two years at Old Trafford. The records show he was not the kind of player who makes the difference when being present. United have played 33 games without Pogba and winning 67 per cent of those games, while in the 95 games with him in the side, United only won 59 per cent.
Many perceive the midfielder to play a part of the collective with France, while at United he chooses to be an individual. Probably because top clubs in Europe like Barcelona and Juventus are still considering to sign him in with another expensive offer. At Unibet Sportsbook Pogba stands at 3.00 to be the first to leave Manchester United.
The first year of Mourinho’s tenure at Man United was promising. He won Community Shield, League Cup and Europa League. In the second season he was heavily criticized for deploying defensive tactics, failing to get the most out of blockbuster signings, and being dumped out of the Champions League by Sevilla. His 2017/18 season finished with 19 points behind Premier League Champions Manchester City.
According to online Sportsbook news in the United Kingdom his third campaign is just getting worse. With his £335m squad, he lost points in Premier League to lower tier teams like Wolves and Brighton, and he exited Carabao Cup in the third round. According to Unibet Spotsbook, the odds for Mourinho to be the first to leave Manchester are 1.33, with expectations for the Portuguese manager to be sacked anytime during this season, unlike Pogba who would be sold only for the higher bidder and either in winter or summer break.