Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba “cannot be happy” with his situation at the club, says France manager Didier Deschamps, BBC Sports report.
While Pogba has featured in 11 matches for the Red Devils this season, he has however, started in just five of those matches.
He was again on the bench at Everton last Saturday before coming on after 82 minutes in a much-needed 3-1 win for United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Pogba is with France’s squad for games against Finland, Portugal and Sweden.
However, France manager Didier Deschamps has said the midfielder can not be happy with situation at Old Trafford.
“He is in a situation with his club where he cannot be happy, neither with his playing time, nor with his positioning,” said Deschamps.
“He is not in his best period, he has had a series of injuries and the Covid-19 which has hit him quite hard. He needs to find his rhythm.
“With me, there is no such concern. When a player is in discomfort in his club, obviously, he is happy to play for the France team.
“He will tell me about his feelings and, as I know him very well, it will go in a positive direction.”
Pogba, 27, re-joined United when he signed for £89m from Juventus in 2016.
This might be the time for Pogba to move away from Old Trafford and try out at a new club like Real Madrid, which he had said was his dream club.
Recall that last month, United triggered the one-year option on Pogba’s contract as they extended his deal with them until 2022 but his performance especially the costly mistake during the game against Arsenal may make the Red Devils consider his request to leave if he wants to.
Aside Real Madrid, clubs in the Italian Seria A have also shown interest in him.