Mourinho says he don't care about Pogba's assessment in wake of Man Utd star's criticism.


Jose Mourinho has hit back at Paul Pogba's criticism of his management abilities, as the Tottenham supervisor said he "couldn't care less" what the Manchester United star thinks about him.

Mourinho was reacting to remarks made by Pogba , who said that he considers Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as a different kind of manager since he doesn't "conflict with the players". Pogba, who famously had a cold relationship with Mourinho at Old Trafford, likewise conceded that he was uncertain why that relationship soured. "What I have now with Ole is extraordinary, he wouldn't conflict with the players. He wouldn't go against the players," Pogba disclosed to Sky Sports of the current United coach. "Maybe Ole wouldn't pick them, however it's not like he puts them on a corner as they do not exist any more. that's the contrast among Mourinho and Ole. "When I had a unprecedented relationship with Mourinho, everyone saw that, and the following day you do not have a clue what occurred. that's the odd thing I had with Mourinho and that i can't disclose to you in light of the fact that i do not have the foggiest idea."


Addressing Sky Sports after his Tottenham side drew Everton, Mourinho answered: "I might want to say that i couldn't care less with what he says. i couldn't care less. Not intrigued by any stretch of the imagination." Mourinho's remarks came within the wake of Tottenham's 2-2 draw with Everton on Friday as Spurs agreed to a point in spite of a Harry Kane brace. The England star scored in the other half yet was matched by two goals from Gylfi Sigurdson as the different sides brought home a point each. With the draw, Tottenham stay seventh within the Premier League, four points behind fifth-place Chelsea and five points behind fourth-place West Ham as they pursue European spots. Pogba's Man Utd, on the opposite hand, sit second ahead of this current end of the week's match against Burnley.