Manchester United were defeated 2-0 in a home game against Manchester City. The Red Devils have lost another chance to be in top 4 as they currently are 6th in the league with 64 points, two points down from 5th placed Arsenal and three points down from 4th placed Chelsea.
After the defeat, Gary Neville has labelled Paul Pogba a "massive problem" and claimed he does not want to be at the club.
“I think he is world class,” Neville told Sky Sports. “I don’t think he wants to be here, that’s his problem. I think his agent’s into him.
“I said two, three months ago when he was brilliant, he’s done brilliantly for Ole, by the way, he’s scored I think 11 goals, seven assists, but I honestly thought a couple of months ago we sat in this studio at the Liverpool game and everything was brilliant about Paul Pogba and I said ‘I believe that it will resurface, the issues will resurface’.
“We know his agent, we know the influence he has on him, we know that Pogba has got his head turned by other clubs and he’s playing like somebody who’s had his head turned. He’s playing like somebody who doesn’t quite want to be here.
“The problem is if a player doesn’t want to be at a club and he has the influence that I think he has in the dressing room, I think the likes of [Jesse] Lingard, [Marcus] Rashford, [Anthony] Martial, I think they do come off him.
“And I think if he’s not quite at it and not raring to go, then it is a problem, it is a massive problem.”