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Paul Pogba said he needs to be happy to perform at his best for Manchester United, adding that he would be fined if he spoke his true feelings.

Two years after returning to Old Trafford from Juventus, the 25-year-old is reported to be unhappy and informed executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward of his desire to leave.

He also sent out the Tweet below after his virtuoso display.

Amid rumors that he will sign for Barcelona this summer or in an upcoming transfer window (remember, the transfer window in Spain is open for a few more weeks), Manchester United star Paul Pogba has given a cryptic response regarding his relationship with manager Jose Mourinho.

The France playmaker then continued to impress as the first half wore on at Old Trafford, leading his teammates by example.

But Pogba has aimed some more thinly-veiled criticism at Mourinho in the aftermath. "That's all I say".

"If you're doing it for money, there's a point about doing things for money, but there's a point about doing things because you love it".

"There are things and there are things that I can not say otherwise I will get fined".

United starts the season just like it started the match: perfectly.

This was backed up by the fact Pogba was made captain for the match last night.

Their best chance for a stretch came when skipper Pogba threaded through Sanchez, whose laid off for Juan Mata to get away a shot that was deflected just wide. "I am always confident, that's management".

United have never had a director of football before but it's a role that has worked quite well for arch-rivals Manchester City, who appointed Txiki Begiristain in 2012 to much acclaim.

"It was definitely a positive night for United, who picked up three points against hard opponents - and there is lots more to come from them", Dublin said.

"Having the armband, it's not like "oh, I will show that I am a real captain and have to do extra work". I know it's a great cup, it will stay in my mind, but I want to win all the trophies.

Manchester United were strongly linked with a host of players in the summer months as Mourinho looked to build a squad capable of winning the title this season.

"[United] is a different team, obviously".

"It was not easy to manage the game from the touchline, but I told the players we had good periods, lots of glimpses of the type of football we wanted to play".

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