France boss Didier Deschamps reckons Paul Pogba isn't having an enjoyable time at Manchester United at the moment.
The French midfielder is said to have developed a very poor relationship with United manager Jose Mourinho, and his recent form has been a bit worrying.
Pogba was left out of the starting lineup against Sevilla in the Champions League last week and was an unused substitute against Brighton in the FA Cup quarter-final tie on the weekend.
Speaking in a press conference ahead of France's international friendlies against Colombia and Russia, Deschamps said that he hadn't spoken to the player just yet, but noted that he couldn't be a happy camper at United given the current circumstances.
"I have not spoken to Paul yet, I'm sure I'll hear more about it. But of course it's a situation he won't be enjoying.
"As to why or how things came to this, there may be many reasons.
"I have a great deal of talks with players at our training camps, to gauge their feelings. It's not just Paul."
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Pogba is even reported as being regretful over his return to Old Trafford - having left Juventus, where he rose to stardom - to rejoin the Red Devils in 2016. Since the turn of the year, he has cut a miserable figure and his form has taken a hit.
The international break does come at a good time for him, and he could return to United in a much better mood after linking up with his international teammates and playing without pressure.