Bruno Fernandes has responded to Paul Pogba's public outcry on Instagram over his future at Manchester United.
Mino Raiola, the midfielder's agent, told Italian publications that his time at Old Trafford was 'over' and he wants to leave.
This is the third time Raiola has opened up over Pogba angling for a move away.
But after starting the Manchester derby at the weekend, the Frenchman moved to clarify his position by insisting he is 100 per cent committed to United.
It follows a season where the World Cup winner has taken a largely bit-part role.
Bring struck by Covid-19 and injuries have not helped but Fernandes has taken on his department, playing in attacking midfield.
And the Portugal international has responded to Pogba's Instagram post.
He left a comment, submitting a simple reply showing two fist emojis bumping each other.
Meanwhile, former United star Louis Saha has taken a swipe at Raiola for putting pressure on Pogba.
"I’m baffled with the situation with Paul Pogba," he told Genting Bet. "I really love Pogba, he’s someone I consider highly, but this communication is a joke.
"I was shocked and I can't believe something like this happened because this game was so important for United.
"I’m not speaking as a fan, I’m speaking about Manchester United in general, you think that it’s a big game, going into the last 16. You need that focus, but the focus was on one player.
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"This is unbelievable, the headlines were about Pogba because of the agent – it wasn’t even Pogba who said anything.
"I can’t understand how these things can happen. This is absolutely against the interests of the club.
"I can't believe that Paul knew about it, I just can’t believe it.
"We need to find out what happened as there might be more to it but the timing of it was really bad.
"I still think that obviously Paul has got tremendous talent and is still a good player with a lot of ego, which is really helpful to actually prove people wrong, and this is what I want from him.
"He definitely needs to step up his game because there is a team who need to win."
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