Paul Pogba calls for change after loss to Leicester City

Paul Pogba calls for change after loss to Leicester City

Midfielder Paul Pogba has called for change at Manchester United following their loss to Leicester City on Saturday.

United went 4-2 down to the Foxes after a lucksture display with the fans calling out for the sacking of manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer following a shaky start to the season.

The French midfielder has already provided 7 assists in 8 Premier League games this season. The star midfielder is being linked to a move away from the club as he comes closer to the end of his current contract with every passing day.

Speaking after the game, Pogba said: “We need to find something, we need to change something. I don’t know if the mindset of all of us, the players when we start… we really don’t know.

"It’s frustrating because it’s something we don’t understand and we have to find that very fast because if you want to compete and you want to win the title, those games you have to win, even though they are very hard and we’re playing away.”

There have been rumours that the players don't trust Solskjaer's tactics and the same has been seen in games where the team has struggled despite the array of talents at his disposal.

Things couldn't get worse for Solskjaer as he has a tough November coming up where he is set to face Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, and Manchester City in their next 3 PL fixtures. During this time the Red Devils will also have to play their Champions League tie against Atalanta.

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