MANCHESTER UNITED star Paul Pogba was noticed dressed from head to toe in personalised gear as he arrived again in Cheshire following yesterday’s horror West Ham defeat.
The French star, 25, arrived at Wilmslow station sporting a flame emoji hat, distinctive wash-bag and Pharrell-inspired adidas trainers.
Pogba was joined by the remainder of the disgruntled United squad – who had been ripped to shreds in a Three-1 defeat in East London.
The World Cup-winner’s perceived flashy character has famously irked Jose Mourinho – who himself might be sacked this week after horror begin.
And his look on his arrival house is prone to have pissed off the under-fire Portuguese star but additional.
Nevertheless, Pogba’s nationwide staff boss Didier Deschamps has revealed there may be extra to the £89million star than his garments and social media presence.
Deschamps stated: “There may be a picture of Paul that does not correspond to who he’s. Perhaps it’s as a result of he’s a bit eccentric, a bit demonstrative.
“His picture within the media makes all the things fairly sophisticated. The quantity of the switch to Manchester United is ridiculous – it wasn’t simple to handle.
“He has taken many issues upon himself. He has been a frontrunner. Every time he needed to speak and categorical himself it was at all times very optimistic.
“It is the phrases he makes use of and the ambiance and feeling that comes throughout.
“He’s not the one one however he is likely one of the leaders who took it upon himself as a result of the group wanted it. On the pitch he did what wanted to be finished as effectively.”
Nevertheless, Pogba and Mourinho have butted heads all summer season – with the way forward for each participant and boss very a lot up within the air.
There are stories United gamers count on the Particular One to be sacked this week after main the membership to their worst begin in 29 years.
Membership legends Rio Ferdinand, Paul Scholes and Gary Neville have all hit out on the membership within the final 24 hours because the stress is piled on.
Even 13-time Premier League-winning boss Sir Alex Ferguson has expressed his fears, believing the squad is changing into a circus act.