Is that Pogba's name written on Mourinho's whiteboard?
The wife of Manchester United coach José Mourinho posted a picture of her husband's office whiteboard on Twitter. Does the name of Pogba appear on it? Or has everyone gone mad?
The ongoing Paul Pogba transfer saga which is seeing Manchester United and Real Madrid battle it out for the French midfielder's signature reached new heights on Tuesday.
Not because United have finally tabled the €120 million bid that Juventus are asking for the player, and which some media outlets are reporting is imminent, but because fans of both clubs have reached a stage where they'll take any little sign - no matter how tenuous - as confirmation that Pogba has chosen one way or the other.
To set things off today, Pogba posted a photo on Instagram, along with the words "all in white", which of course set off speculation, some of it fevered, that this was a clear wink to Real Madrid.
But then later on Monday afternoon, the wife of United coach José Mourinho shared an image on her Twitter page which shows her husband standing in front of a white board. Written on the board are the names of the Manchester United squad, position for position.
The names of Martial, Depay, Mata, Rooney, Rashford, Blind, Smalling all appear perfectly, but then, wait a minute, is that the word 'Pogba' written next to Fellaini? Or has everyone just gone barking mad? We suspect the latter...
Apparently, Paul Pogba's name is on the whiteboard in the background? I'm not convinced, but make up your own mind! pic.twitter.com/qtZxql6k2T— MUFC Latest News (@MUFCLatestnews) 19 July 2016
GIVE AWAY? Jose Mourinho's whiteboard appears to show Paul Pogba's name in midfield pic.twitter.com/eCJtjhkX4v— Allthingsmanutd (@danielh1558) 19 July 2016
It's either Mata or Pogba I'm not spending anymore time looking at that fucking whiteboard, I have NO life to get back to ASAP 😂😂— Brian (@Brianzy24) 19 July 2016
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