Pogba’s had his problems with manager Jose Mourinho, but recently praised the boss for the season’s education.
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But is an exit is just not going to happen, says Carrick as he heads toward a coaching role at Old Trafford.
“Of course he’s got a future, he’s a big player for us, he’s a great age, he’s got his peak years ahead of him. It’s not even something I’d give a second thought to, to be honest.”
The retired midfielder also said he’s looking forward to working under Jose Mourinho, whom he calls “the best man to learn from.”
He also said United’s trophy-less season wasn’t ideal, but it’s more about them their competition.
“We’re not looking at City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham, anyone. We’re looking at ourselves to improve, we believe we’re capable of improving a lot and we’ll see where that takes us.”